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‘Majestic Fragility,’art installation at Bigelow Lab
New Installation Fuses Art and Science to Share Ocean Wonder
11-04-2021
A new art installation that celebrates ocean life and scientific efforts to understand it will open at the laboratory on Nov. 9. The exhibit is the culmination of a three-year project focused on the Gulf of Maine and the human impacts that affect it.
Salamander egg mass colonized with symbiotic algae
Study Projects Gulf of Maine Less Suitable for Right Whales by 2050
11-02-2021
Research led by Bigelow Laboratory sheds light on future habitats for the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale. The work shows how keeping a close watch on environmental changes can aid efforts to restore their population.
Salamander egg mass colonized with symbiotic algae
Unique Algae, Salamander Relationship to be Explored for Medical Potential
10-28-2021
There is only one known example of algae living inside a vertebrate, and it may be a key to unlocking medical solutions. New research will now explore this unique relationship and its potential for drug discovery.
Cows at the Miner Institute in New York eat a mixed feed, balanced to meet their dietary needs.
$10 Million Announced to Support Algae-Feed Research for U.S. Dairy
10-06-2021
A new $10 million grant will bolster research into algae-based feed supplements that could increase environmental sustainability in the dairy industry while improving milk production.