The Center for Biology and Society shined as ASU-affiliated researchers and alumni presented original research and led workshops at the 2017 History of Science Society meeting, held in Toronto, Ontario, from November 9th to the 12th.
When and why does future progress in biology require taking taxonomy seriously?
From October 31 to November 2, Dr.
The Anthropocene, a new epoch in earth history, reflects the unprecendented ways in which one species - Homo sapiens - has shaped our planet.
The Center for Biology and Society recently caught up with Cecilia Chou, a 2017 graduate with a Masters in Biology and Society, who is now a first-year medical student at University of Arizona College of Medicine in Phoenix.
This summer marked my second opportunity to return to the MBL. This time, I worked as a fellow for the MBL History Project, but this year I was also fortunate to receive the Catherine Norton Fellowship to both complete my research and to design a physical exhibit for the MBL Library.