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Single cell genomics identifies frozen bacteria

Incoming postdoctoral researcher Stephanie A. Carr and Dr. Beth Orcutt used single cell genomics to identify an Atribacteria cell from frozen Antarctic sediment. Reported in Frontiers in Microbiology, this demonstrates the potential for single cell techniques to unlock a massive amount of genomic information in existing frozen sediment cores.

Aug 21, 2015 | Read More »

Ocean acidification making life difficult for corals

Dr. Nichole Price and Emily Donham were part of new research published in Nature Climate Change that provides a stark look into the future of ocean acidification and how it is making it difficult for coral to build skeletons and easier for other plants and animals to erode them.

Aug 20, 2015 | Read More »

Supporting future scientists

Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences awarded $1,000 scholarships to two Maine undergraduate students intending to major in the biological and earth sciences. The scholarships were awarded to Jasmin Waite of Southport and Payton Billingsley of Rockland. in honor of former Bigelow Laboratory research scientist, Dr. Maureen Keller.

Aug 18, 2015 | Read More »

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Click on the image above to learn about what REU students were up to this summer at Bigelow Laboratory.