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Rick Metz, son of long-time MBL scientist Charles Metz, discusses what it was like to grow up at the MBL during the summers.
Sally Casper, wife of former MBL Director Gary Borisy, discusses year-round life in Woods Hole and how she became a part of the Woods Hole community.
Researcher at the University of Puerto Rico, Steven Treistman, discusses his research on alcohol addiction and neuroplasticity, and the impact of the MBL on his work.
MBL Senior Scientist, Roger Hanlon, discusses his time at the MBL and his research on cephalopod visual ecology.
Founder of the MBL's Ecosystem Center and the Woods Hole Research Center, George Woodwell, discusses the early days of these two institutes, and their impact on global climate research.
Professor of Biology at Brandeis University, John Lisman, discusses the molecular basis of memory and his time at the MBL.
Scientist, physician, and son of former MBL Director H. Burr Steinbach (1966-1970), Alan Steinbach, speaks about his years in Woods Hole and his father.
Mary Ulbrich, daughter of former MBL Director, H. Burr Steinbach, talks about the MBL campus of her youth and what makes the MBL special.
Jane McLaughlin worked in Nobel Laureate (Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, 1937) Albert Szent-Györgyi's laboratory for over 30 years. Here she discusses her experiences in his lab and her time spent at the MBL.
Professor in the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University, Cassandra Extavour, discusses the impact of the embryology course at the MBL on her career and what it is like to be a woman in science.
Nobel laureate in Chemistry and Professor at the Technion in Haifa, Israel, Avram Hershko, discusses his research on cell cycle regulation and his time at the MBL.
Aimlee Laderman, a limnologist at the Marine Biological Laboratory, discusses her time at the MBL, her research, and what it's like to be a woman in science.