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.
I got a degree in history and philosophy of science (HPS) because I wanted to understand how science and scientists work to give us an understanding of nature--both now and in the past.
Samantha Thompson, a PhD candidate in History and Philosophy of Science at the Center for Biology and Society, recently began a one-year fellowship at the American Institute of Physics in College Park,
The Center for Biology & Society recently caught up with Grace Kim, a 2017 MS in Biology with a concentration in Biology and Society, who is currently a Research Analyst for the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission.
ASU Now recently caught up with Matt Shindell, a Biology and Society graduate.
In May of this year, the History of Biology Seminar again convened scholars from across the globe at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts celebrating its 30th anniversary of dedicated scholarship in the history of the biological sciences.
Earlier this year, CBS faculty Ben Hurlbut published a book,