Exciting opportunities offered through the MCB Professional Science Master’s (PSM) program May Term 2019.
Human evolution is based on the premise of “survival of the fittest” where the organisms with the genetically encoded characteristics best suited to their environment survive to pass those genes on to their offspring who keep passing that trait on until all members of the population have it.
MCB Professor Rachel O’Neill Contributed to the Discovery of Two New Species of Deep-Sea Corals During a September 2018 Expedition in collaboration with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
MCB Department Announces Recipients of the 2019 Graduate and Undergraduate Student Summer Fellowships
Congratulations to the Recipient of the 2018-2019 University Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award from the Center for Excellence in Training and Learning, Sally Chamberland!
The MCB Department is pleased to announce that the following students have been invited to join Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious academic honor society.
What’s in a name? Well if it’s the person whose name is first on a paper, it’s pretty important, because that tells the scientific community who, ostensibly, did most of the work.
Researchers at UConn’s Institute for Systems Genomics are assembling a detailed map of the horseshoe crab’s DNA. Led by Geneticist Rachel O’Neil
Click for full article regarding Ph.D. student Sarah McAnulty’s ‘Skype A Scientist’ program!
Click for full article regarding Dr. Leighton Core’s $2 million grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences.