Congratulations Khushboo for presenting at the Science Undergraduate Poster Exhibition! The event was hosted yesterday evening at the Willaman Gateway to the Sciences. Undegrads from disciplines like astronomy, forensics and biology presented their work. Khushboo in particular presented her work on the Cassiopea life cycle.
The Penn State Center for Marine Science and Technology, CMAST is hosting a seminar series this semester. Come join us for the CMAST Seminar Series on Wednesdays from 15:30 – 16:30 in 317 Mueller Lab. You can check out the schedule here.
Fall 2015 started and we are back to business! We anticipate lots of projects, seminars and activities this semester! Also, some people left and others joined our lab, so keep an eye on the members page to learn more about our group.
“Valorar el mar” is a recent article for Spanish audience that discusses why the ocean is important, why we should know more about it, and how developing countries could use its potential sources.
We will be hosting the Penn State Cnidarian Genomics workshop on April 27th 2015. You can find the schedule, location and other details here.
Mónica and Bishoy (also known as Bishoy Kamel or Bishoy Hanna) are coauthors on another paper that just got published today. Learn more about it on our publications page!
Jaime Lee Profit has joined our team. She is a biology major student and will be working under Joe. Welcome to the Medina Lab!
Mónica and Bishoy are coauthors in a paper recently published in PNAS. The team was lead by Tim Jegla, a Penn State professor, and the article discusses the origins of the nervous system. It was also featured on multiple websites. Some of them are
Mónica coauthored a paper with her former postdoc Kristen Marhaver, and Mark Vermeij from the CARMABI Foundation in Curaçao. The article just got published and it was featured on the Penn State News. You can access it on our publications link.