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List of Seminars at Hopkins:
From Fall 1993 to Present

[see also Past Memorial Seminars]

Denny Takahashi Kelso Moore Foundation What's Ahead? A Look at a Few Big Issues for a Sustainable Ocean Future May 29, 2015
Ruth Gates University of Hawaii Assisted Evolution in Corals: A Potential Solution to the Ecological Crisis Facing Coral Reefs or a Step Too Far? May 22, 2015
Kiki Jenkins University of Washington Fishermen Selectivity: The Science of How to Engage the Best Fishers for Bycatch Solutions May 15, 2015
Jack Kittinger Conservation International Achieving Conservation Impact by Transforming Seafood Value and Supply Chains May 8, 2015
Bruce Robison Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute 21st Annual Lawrence R. Blinks Memorial Lecture, Advances in Deep-Sea Biology: Exploring Monterey Canyon May 1, 2015
Danielle Dixon Georgia Institute of Technology The Importance of Chemically Mediated Behavior in Effective Marine Management Apr 24, 2015
Greg Stone The Betty and Gordon Moore Center for Science and Oceans Emerging Opportunities for Conservation in the Pacific Ocean Apr 17, 2015
Daniel Pauly University of British Colombia The View from the Peak: The Implications of Re-estimated, Much Higher Global Catch of Marine Fisheries Apr 10, 2015
Peter Mumby University of Queensland How to Manage the Ecosystem Functioning and Resilience of Coral Reefs Under Climate Change Apr 3, 2015
Heather Galindo University of Washington Science Communication in a Brave New World Mar 13, 2015
T. Aran Mooney Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Squid Ears, Tag Bling and that CO2 thing: Cephalopod Sensory Ecology in a Changing Ocean Feb 27, 2015
Markus Covert Stanford University Toward whole-cell models of health and disease Feb 20, 2015
Billie Swalla University of Washington From Base Pairs to Body Plans: Evolution of Chordates Feb 13, 2015
Rob Krumlauf Stowers Institute for Medical Research Hox Genes and Evolution of Head Development: A Story in Segments Jan 30, 2015
Nipan Patel University of California, Berkeley Evolution of Developmental and Morphological Diversity: Insights from Emerging Model Systems Jan 23, 2015
Alex Greaney Oregon State University Gecko Adhesion and De-Adhesion: A Mechanical Engineering View Jan 16, 2015
Greg Wray Duke University Evolutionary rewiring of a developmental gene regulatory network Dec 5, 2014
Stephanie Bush MBARI Using integrative taxonomy to reveal hidden biodiversity in the deep-sea and open ocean Nov 21, 2014
Seth Finnegan UC Berkeley Climate change and extinction in the Paleozoic oceans: what caused the Late Ordovician Mass Extinction, and what can we learn from it? Nov 7, 2014
Morgan Kelly Louisiana State University Temporary made permanent: the genetics of plastic and evolved responses to heat stress in a marine crustacean Oct 31, 2014
Cascade Sorte UC Irvine Climate change in marine communities: consequences and coping mechanisms Oct 24, 2014
Michael Angiletta Arizona State University The new (and improved) thermal biology: building a predictive theory for real problems Oct 17, 2014
Robert Dudley UC Berkeley The Drunken Monkey: Is Alcoholism in Modern Humans an Evolutionary Hangover? Oct 10, 2014
Steve Litvin, Kerry Nichols, Jennifer O'Leary, and Kakani Young Hopkins Marine Station The ABC's (Abalone, Backscatter, Carbon, siphonophores) of the MLO (Marine Life Observatory) Oct 3, 2014
Luke Miller Hopkins Marine Station Consequences of changing environmental variability on rocky shores: Effects of thermal variation on growth rates and energy flow Sep 26, 2014
Ben Halpern University of Californa, Santa Barbara Measuring Ocean Health at Global to Local Scales: Current Application and Future Directions of the Ocean Health Index May 30, 2014
Asha de Vos University of Californa, Santa Cruz The Unorthodox Whales of Sri Lanka: Conservation through Science and Engagement May 16, 2014
Edward Allison University of Washington Fishing for Food Security, Health and Well-being: Rethinking Global Fisheries Policies May 9, 2014
Stephen Palumbi Hopkins Marine Station The Rise of DNA in Conservation and Ocean Management May 2, 2014
Heike Lotze Dalhousie University Ecosystem Consequences of Past and Present Changes in Marine Biodiversity Apr 25, 2014
Boris Worm Dalhousie University Status, Trends, and Prospects for Global Fisheries Conservation Apr 24, 2014
Skyli McAfee & Cat Kuhlman CA Ocean Science Trust & CA Ocean Resources Management Program These Aren't Paper Parks: Next Steps toward Successful Implementation of the CA Marine Life Protection Act Apr 18, 2014
Claudio Campagna Wildlife Conservation Society, Argentina What is Patagonian Sea? A No-Place in Urgent Need of Conservation Apr 11, 2014
Jeremy Goldbogen Hopkins Marine Station Why Whales Are Big And Why Big Is Bad In Urban Ocean Ecosystems Apr 4, 2014
Jonathan Shorin UCSD Cumulative Impacts of Local and Global Environmental Changes in Freshwater Food Webs Mar 15, 2014
Chris Francis Stanford University 26th Annual Cornelius B. van Niel Memorial Lecture, Re-Thinking Nitrification in Marine Ecosystems: A Decade of Examining the Diversity, Abundance, and Activity of Ammonia-Oxidizing Archaea Mar 7, 2014
Paul Brehm Oregon Health & Science University Different Sources of Calcium Control Synchronous and Asynchronous Modes of Synaptic Transmission Feb 28, 2014
Edith Widder Ocean Research and Conservation Association 20th Annual Lawrence R. Blinks Memorial Lecture, The Kraken Revealed: The Science Behind the First Video Recordings of Live Giant Squid in the Deep Sea Feb 21, 2014
Ayelet Voskoboynik Stanford University The Botryllus Scholosseri Genome: A Genetic Toolkit for the Investigation of Regeneration and Immune System Evolution Feb 14, 2014
Matt Scott Stanford University 12th Annual Daniel Mazia Memorial Lecture Communicating with Hedgehogs: Developmental Signal Transduction Feb 7, 2014
Andreas Hejnol Sars International Centre for Marine Molecular Biology The Mouth, the Anus and the Blastopore: Open Questions about Questionable Openings Jan 31, 2014
Douglas Erwin Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History The Cambrian Conundrum: The Construction of Animal Biodiversity Jan 24, 2014
Christopher Lowe Hopkins Marine Station Early Evolution of Deuterostome Body Plans Jan 17, 2014
Rita Mehta UCSC Functional Ecology in Eels Jan 10, 2014
Leslie Real Emory University Spatial Phylodynamics and the Emergence of Infectious Disease: Rabies as a Model System Dec 6, 2013
Cassandra Extavour Harvard University Evolution of the Germ Line: Conservation and Divergence of Molecular Mechanisms Nov 21, 2013
Rowan Barrett McGill University Experimental Genomics of Adaptation in Deer Mice Nov 15, 2013
Santiago Ramirez University of California, Davis Coevolution and Specialization in the Euglossine Bee-Orchid Mutualism Nov 1, 2013
Cara Wilson NOAA A comparison of the Pac-X trans-Pacific Wave glider data and satellite data (MODIS, Aquarius, TRMM and VIIRS) Oct 25, 2013
Scott Burgess UCD Integrating Larval Dispersal With Marine Life Histories: When is Dispersal 'for' Dispersal? Oct 18, 2013
Laura Airoldi   Conservation Challenges in Globally Expanding Marine Urban Seascapes Oct 11, 2013
Josh Cinner ARC Center, AU Sustaining Coastal Livelihoods and Ecosystems Oct 4, 2013
Rachel Brem University of California, Berkeley Pathway Regulatory Evolution in Fungi Sep 27, 2013
Bob Goldstein University of North Carolina How Animals Take Shape: Cellular Mechanisms of Morphogenesis May 31, 2013
Chris Scholin Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute New Tools for Ocean Observation and Experimentation May 24, 2013
Howard Rosenbaum Wildlife Conservation Society Charting the Course to Recovery: The Role of Genetics in Whale and Dolphin Conservation May 17, 2013
Les Kaufman Boston University Toward a Science of Coupled Human and Natural Systems in Coastal Environments May 13, 2013
Stephen Monismith Stanford University If it is Tuesday, it Must be Moorea: Field Studies of Flows on Coral Reefs in 4 of the 7 Seas May 10, 2013
Greg Stone Conservation International Underwater Eden: Saving the Last Coral Wilderness on Earth May 3, 2013
Caleb McClennen Wildlife Conservation Society Leveraging Leopold: An Evaluation of the Global Opportunity to Expand Terrestrial into Marine Protection Apr 26, 2013
Christopher Clark Cornell University The Singing Planet: Chronic Noise Impacts on the Acoustic Ecology of Great Whales Apr 19, 2013
Francisco Chavez MBARI The Oceanography of the Pacific in a Warmer World Apr 12, 2013
Loren McClenachan Colby College Turning Back the Clock on Ocean Declines: Using Historical Ecology in Marine Conservation Apr 8, 2013
Jane Lubchenco NOAA/Stanford/OSU Waves of Change: Four Years of Progress and Challenges in Restoring Oceans to Health Apr 5, 2013
Kerry Nickols Stanford University Spatial Dynamics of Nearshore Populations: Dispersal and Management Mar 8, 2013
Max Telford University College London Animal Phylogenies and What They Can Tell Us About Evolution Mar 8, 2013
Mary Ann Moran University of Georgia There's No Place Like Home: DMSP Gene Expression in Monterey Bay Feb 15, 2013
Steve Haddock MBARI From the Sea to the Lab: Bioluminescent and Fluorescent Proteins in Nature and Technology Feb 8, 2013
Jeremy Goldbogen Cascadia Research Collective The Biomechanics and Physiological Ecology of Ram-feeding Marine Vertebrates Jan 29, 2013
Nann Fangue University of California, Davis Conservation Physiology: Linking Mechanisms to Outcomes in a Changing Climate Jan 24, 2013
Sam Dupont University of Gothenburg Invertebrate Larvae in a Changing World – The Quest for Unifying Principles Jan 15, 2013
Kakani Katija Young Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute Biogenic Inputs to Ocean Mixing: Evidence from Observations of Swimming Medusa, Copepods, and Euphausiids Jan 10, 2013
Jessica Meir Harvard University The Physiology of Animals at the Environmental Extreme: Deep Divers and High Fliers Jan 8, 2013
Illiana Baums Penn State Adaptation to Climate Change in Coral-Algal Symbioses Dec 7, 2012
Svetlana Maslakova Oregon Institute of Marine Biology Biodiversity of Nemertean Larval Forms in NE Pacific Nov 16, 2012
Douglas Fudge University of Guelph Hagfish Slime Unraveled Nov 2, 2012
Nick Dulvy Simon Fraser University Saving Nemo: The Science of Marine Conservation Oct 26, 2012
John Kittinger Center for Ocean Solutions Spacial-ecological interactions in coral reefs: implications for managing toward sustainability Oct 19, 2012
Matt Reidenbach University of Virginia Wave-dominated mixing and mass transport within coastal ecosystems Oct 5, 2012
Hans Poertner Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research Oxygen and capacity limitation of thermal tolerance (OCLTT) in climate dependent evolution Sep 28, 2012
James Estes University of California, Santa Cruz Apex Consumers and the Tapestry of Nature Jun 1, 2012
Cameron Ainsworth University of South Florida Restoring the Gulf of California: Ecosystem-Based Strategies to Save the Vaquita and Preserve Artisanal Fisheries May 25, 2012
Josh Goldman Australis Aquaculture Paths to Sustainable Aquaculture May 18, 2012
Callum Roberts University of York The Ocean of Life: The Fate of Man and the Sea May 15, 2012
Jed Fuhrman University of Southern California Three Decades of Discovery in Marine Microbiology May 15, 2012
Kevin Lafferty University of California, Santa Barbara Parasites and Extinction May 11, 2012
Armand Kuris University of California, Santa Barbara Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Strategies May 11, 2012
Ryan Hechinger University of California, Santa Barbara Common Scaling Rules for Abundance and Energetics of all Species in Food Webs May 11, 2012
Barbara Block Stanford University Can We Ensure the Future of Atlantic Bluefin & the Gulf of Mexico May 4, 2012
Fiorenza Micheli Stanford University Mediterranean Sea Ecosystem Conservation Apr 27, 2012
Tony Farrell Department of Zoology, University of British Columbia Locally Adaptation of Salmon Populations in an Era of Global Warming: Migrations and Mechanisms Apr 20, 2012
Rashid Sumaila University of British Columbia Fisheries Center Climate Change and Fisheries: Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation Apr 13, 2012
Mike Sutton Monterey Bay Aquarium Sharks in Danger: Impacts of the Global Shark Fin Trade Apr 6, 2012
John Crimaldi University of Colorado, Boulder The Role of Turbulence and Structured Stirring on Fertilization Success in Broadcast Mar 9, 2012
Eric Sanford Bodega Marine Laboratory, UC Davis Ocean Acidification and the Future of Native Oysters in California Estuaries Feb 24, 2012
Gaspar Jekely Max Planck Institute Toward the Systems Neurobiology of the Platynereis Ciliated Larva Feb 17, 2012
Sonke Johnsen Duke University Hide and Seek in the Open Sea: Camouflage and Camouflage-breaking Strategies in the Pelagic Realm Feb 10, 2012
James Nelson Stanford University Evolution of Cell-Cell Adhesion and the Origins of Metazoan Multicellularity Feb 3, 2012
Sheila Patek University of Massachusetts Power Plays in the Evolution of Extreme Movements Jan 27, 2012
Jonathan Payne Stanford University End-Permian Mass Extinction in the Oceans: An Ancient Analog for the 21st Century and Beyond? Jan 20, 2012
Ty Hedrick University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Animal Flight Dynamics, Stability and Maneuverability Jan 13, 2012
Sinead Collins University of Edinburgh Phenotypic Plasticity and Adaptive Potential in Marine Phytoplankton Dec 16, 2011
Kyrre Kausrud University of California, Santa Cruz The winds of change: Climate fluctuations and plague in central Asia during the last millennium Dec 09, 2011
David Post Yale University The Long and Short of Food Chain Length Dec 02, 2011
Jarrett Byrnes University of California, Santa Barbara Causes and Consequences of Changes to Food Web Structure in California Giant Kelp Forests Nov 18, 2011
Michael Parsons University of Michigan The Variable Buoyancy Ship – Reducing the Threat of Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Introductions Nov 4, 2011
Jere H. Lipps University of California, Berkeley Marine Habitats on Jupiter’s Icy Moon Europa Oct 28, 2011
Manu Prakash Stanford University Hydraulic Constraints on Life: Hungry Flies and Insect Metamorphosis Oct 21, 2011
Chris Harley University of British Columbia The Ecology of Climate Change on Rocky Shores Oct 14, 2011
Elliott Hazen NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center Incorporating Oceanography and Prey Into Top Predator Foraging Ecology Oct 7, 2011
Brian Popp University of Hawaii Compound Specific Nitrogen Isotope Analysis of Amino Acids: A New Tool for Studying the Ecology of Marine Animals Sep 30, 2011
Virginia Walbot Stanford University Where do meiotic cells come from, without a germ line? Jun 03, 2011
Patrick Martone University of British Columbia Evolutionary reversals: A study of pop-squeak coralline algae May 27, 2011
Jennifer Burnaford California State University, Fullerton Changes in Intertidal Kelp Abundance in Washington State: Cyclical Pattern or Long-term Trend? May 20, 2011
Cliff Ragsdale University of Chicago Octopus Exceptionalism in Brain and Development May 13, 2011
Peter Girguis Harvard University Peering into the lives of those gassy, electrifying microbes May 06, 2011
Sylvia Earle National Geographic Defining Hope Spots on the Blue Planet Apr 28, 2011
John Incardona NOAA Northwest Fisheries Center Merging Biomedical Technology with Conservation Biology to Understand Land-based Impacts on Marine Ecosystem Health Apr 22, 2011
Peter Brewer Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Estimating Challenges to Marine Life from the Combined Impacts of Ocean Warming, Rising CO2, and Declining O2 Apr 15, 2011
Stuart Sandin Scripps Institution of Oceanography The Cascading Effects of Predators on Coral Reefs Apr 08, 2011
Peter Mumby University of Queensland Coral Reef Resilience in a Changing Climate Apr 01, 2011
Richard Strathmann University of Maryland Three Different Ways to Catch Scarce Food Early in Development and Their Diverse and Ancient Evolutionary Origins Mar 11, 2011
Alexa Bely University of Maryland Evolutionary Relationship Between Asexual Reproduction and Regeneration in Invertebrates Feb 25, 2011
Dan Meulemans Medeiros University of Colorado The Evolution and Development of the Vertebrate Head Skeleton Feb 18, 2011
Eric Davidson California Institute of Technology Developmental Gene Regulatory Network Structure and its Evolutionary Significance Feb 11, 2011
Bill Jeffery University of Maryland Evolution and Development: A View From the Blind Cavefish Feb 4, 2011
Mike Levine University of California, Berkeley Mechanisms of Canalization in Drosophila and Vertebrate Rudiments in the Ciona Tadpole Jan 28, 2011
David Lambert University of Rochester The Mechanisms and Evolution of Spiralian Development Jan 21, 2011
Trish Schulte University of British Columbia Using Intraspecific Variation to Dissect the Genetic Basis of Physiological Performance Traits in Fish Jan 14, 2011
Fred Wilt University of California, Berkeley Matrix and Mineral in Calcite Biomineralization Jan 7, 2011
Jeff Richards University of British Columbia Mechanisms and Evolution of Hypoxia Tolerance Dec 10, 2010
Andrew Hendry McGill University Humans, Evolution and the Future of Biodiversity Dec 3, 2010
John Field NOAA Fisheries, Santa Cruz Rockfish Recruitment and Ecosystem Indicators for Central California, Three Decades of Results from a Pelagic Mid-water Trawl Survey Nov 19, 2010
Kathy Ann Miller University of California, Berkeley Marine Algae of California (1976): what would a 21st century revision comprise? Nov 8, 2010
Eric Berlow University of California, Merced Simplicity on the Other Side of Ecological Complexity Nov 5, 2010
Marissa Baskett University of California, Davis Conserving the Capacity for Corals to Adapt to Climate Change Oct 29, 2010
Matt McHenry University of California, Irvine Flow Sensing in Fish Oct 22, 2010
Connie Lovejoy Université Laval Arctic biodiversity and complex water columns Oct. 15, 2010
Kristi Montooth Indiana University Functional and Evolutionary Consequences of Epistasis for Metabolic Fitness (in Flies) Oct 8, 2010
Michael Graham Moss Landing Marine Laboratories Seaweeds are key to a Sustainable Society? Oct 1, 2010
Jonathon Stillman San Francisco State University Genomic Temperature Loggers in Intertidal Porcelain Crabs Sep 24, 2010
Stephen H. Schneider Stanford University Climate Change Science & Policy: Can we Change Behavior when the Dialogue is Confusing? Jun 4, 2010
Wayne Trivelpiece National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Using Adelie Penguins as Sentinels for Climate Change May 28, 2010
Julia Baum National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis Shark Attack: Conservation, Ecosystem, and Societal Consequences of Depleting the Ocean's Apex Predators May 21, 2010
Barbara Block Hopkins Marine Station Sushi & Satellites: The Science & Policy of Managing Giant Bluefin Tuna May 14, 2010
Andrew Dickson Scripps Institution of Oceanography Ocean acidification – An Emerging Research Frontier May 7, 2010
Sal Jorgenson Hopkins Marine Station Philopatry of Pacific White Sharks Provides Conservation Options Apr 30, 2010
Richard Cudney David and Lucile Packard Foundation Marine Reserves, Community Based Management and Connectivity in the Northern Gulf of California Apr 23, 2010
Carl Safina Blue Ocean Institute People and the Sea; Caught in the Same Net Apr 16, 2010
Don Croll University of California, Santa Cruz Seabirds: Ecology, Declines, and Conservation Apr 9, 2010
Stephen Palumbi Hopkins Marine Station What DNA Tells us About the Past Population of Whales Apr 2, 2010
Alexandra Worden Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Mosaic Seascapes: Unicellular Eukaryotes and the Marine Carbon Cycle Mar 12, 2010
Shara Fisler Ocean Discovery Institute Using Marine Biology as Inspiration for Under-represented Students: A Success Story from San Diego Mar 5, 2010
Craig Young Oregon Institute of Marine Biology Alexander Agassiz's "Thalassography" With a Century of Hindsight: Embryology and Ecology in the Deep West-Indian Fauna Feb 26, 2010
Anitra Thorhaug Yale University A Tribute to Lawrence R. Blinks: Ions, Transport and Light Feb 19, 2010
Hunter Fraser Stanford University Widespread adaptive evolution of gene expression in yeast Feb 12, 2010
Vanessa Michelou Hopkins Marine Station Linking microbial communities and ecosystem function Feb 5, 2010
Sarah Lee Hopkins Marine Station Effects of dispersal on community structure and function in model communities Feb 5, 2010
Susan Williams University of California, Davis The More the Merrier: Seaweed Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function Jan 22, 2010
Larry Crowder Duke University Bycatch of Marine Megafauna: From Synthesis to Solutions Jan 15, 2010
Scott Doney Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Ocean Ecosystem Impacts in a Warmer, High CO2 World Jan 11, 2010
Margaret McManus University of Hawaii Understanding the Effects of a Changing Ocean Environment on Planktonic Organisms Jan 8, 2010
Zach Powell University of California, Berkeley Climate change and our ocean -- Central and Northern California Jan 6, 2010
Bob Steneck University of Maine You don't know what you've got till it's gone: The ecological importance of and acidification threats to crustose coralline algae Dec 11, 2009
Robert Cowen Division of Marine Biology & Fisheries, RASMAS, University of Miami Plankton Connections: Populations, Foodwebs, and Neighborhoods Dec 10, 2009
Tim Wootton University of Chicago Linking Global Change and Ecological Response: Dynamics and Impacts of Declining Ocean pH on a Coastal Ecosystem Dec 4, 2009
Steve Haddock MBARI Biodiversity and Biooptics of Gelatinous Zooplankton Nov 10, 2009
Stephanie Hampton NCEAS Rapid warming effects on an assemblage of endemic cold stenotherms and their cosmopolitan competitors in the world's largest freshwater lake - Lake Baikal, Siberia. Nov 6, 2009
Sara Via University of Maryland Genetic Mechanisms of Ecological Speciation Oct 30, 2009
Jonathan Moore University of California, Santa Cruz Native Salmon, Invasive Crayfish, and the Disassembly of Stream Communities Oct 23, 2009
Andrew Whitehead Lousiana State University Comparative genomics and comparative physiology of osmotic plasticity in killifish Oct 16, 2009
Brian Gaylord University of California, Davis, Bodega From kelp beds to larval shells: Impacts of fluid properties on nearshore systems Oct 9, 2009
Marc Mangel University of California, Santa Cruz Scientific Inference About Compensatory Reproductive Responses, with Application to Strategic Fisheries Management Oct 2, 2009
Rachel Barnett-Johnson University of California, Santa Cruz Genes and isotopes reveal spatial scales of mixing of salmon populations in the coastal ocean Sep 25, 2009
Carl Johnson Vanderbilt University As Time Glows By: Biological Clock Systems from Molecules to Populations Jun 25, 2009
Vanessa K. Michelou University of Delaware Exploring the marine microbial world: what are microbes doing in the Sargasso Sea? Jun 18, 2009
Jennifer K. O'Leary University of California, Santa Cruz The indirect effects of fishing on reef building taxa: coralline algae and corals Jun 11, 2009
Sarah Lee University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Interactive effects of propagule supply and productivity in marine systems Jun 10, 2009
Taewon Kim Hopkins Marine Station From individuals to community: Understanding intertidal species adaptation and interaction in association with environmental changes Jun 8, 2009
Bob Danziger Energy Consultant From Distributed Generation to the Smart Grid, the Evolving Framework for New Energy and Environmental Technology Jun 3, 2009
John Duman Notre Dame University Antifreeze Proteins and Related Subzero Adaptations of Insects May 29, 2009
Ken Smith Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Free-drifting Icebergs as Hotspots of Chemical and Biological Enrichment in the Weddell Sea May 22, 2009
Stacy Kim Moss Landing Marine Laboratories Getting SCINI in Antarctica:  Using a remotely operated vehicle to study polar marine communities May 15, 2009
Bill Fraser Polar Oceans Research Group Climate Change and Penguin Ecology in the Antarctic Peninsula LTER May 8, 2009
Patricia Hunt Washington State University The egg and the environment May 6, 2009
John Hobbie Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole Evidence and Implications of Recent Climate Change in Northern Alaska and other Arctic Regions May 1, 2009
Ned Groth Senior Scientist, Consumers Union Methylmercury Poisoning in Consumers Who Eat A Great Deal of Fish: A Risk Communication Challenge Apr 28, 2009
Diana Wall Colorado State University Climate Pulses alter Soil Communities in a Polar Desert Apr 24, 2009
Paul Ponganis Scripps Institution of Oceanography Returning on Empty: Blood Oxygen Depletion in Emperor Penguins Apr 17, 2009
Brent Christner Louisiana State University The Antarctic Cryoecosphere Apr 10, 2009
Donal Manahan University of Southern California Why Polar Regions Matter Apr 3, 2009
Armand Kuris University of California, Santa Barbara The biomass of parasites and the energetics of estuarine ecosystems Mar 13, 2009
Adrian Marchetti University of Washington Surviving in an iron-deprived ocean: The biogeochemical evolution of pennate diatoms Mar 11, 2009
Christopher Lowe University of Chicago Molecular genetic insights into the early diversification of deuterostomes and the origin of chordates Mar 9, 2009
Kristi West Hawaii Pacific University What do pygmy sperm whales eat? Insights from cetacean strandings Mar 6, 2009
Monica Medina University of California, Merced From Genes to Ecosystems: Integrative Approaches to the Study of the Coral Holobiont Mar 2, 2009
Thomas Kline Prince William Sound Science Center Oceanic carbon subsidies in Prince William Sound, Alaska Feb 27, 2009
Tadashi Fukami Stanford University Historical perspectives on ecological community assembly Feb 20, 2009
Scott Nichols University of California, Berkeley Sponges and the evolution of animal cell-cell interactions Feb 17, 2009
Holly Shiels University of Manchester Mechanical regulation of fish cardiac function Feb 13, 2009
Joel Smith California Institute of Technology Molecular mechanisms of development and body plan evolution Feb 10, 2009
Craig Heller Stanford University, Biology Department Fixing Learning Disabilities in Animal Models of Human Cognitive Dysfunction Feb 6, 2009
Sam DuPont Sven Loven Marine Center Life in a high CO2 ocean: what we know, what we need to know and what we can do Feb 2, 2009
Claudio Campagna Sea and Sky Project Using Southern elephant seals to gain a new perspective of ocean conservation for the Patagonian Sea Jan 30, 2009
Helen Bailey NOAA NMFS Southwest Fisheries Center, Pacific Grove Movements, migrations and models: Characterizing marine top predators hot spots Jan 23, 2009
Frank Rosenzweig University of Montana Evolution of genome architecture in clonal species: Lessons from the lab and the field Jan 16, 2009
Tracy Collier NOAA National Marine Fishery Service, Seattle WA Fish health, from mechanistic studies to population models, as a tool for determining the effects of chemical contaminants Jan 9, 2009
Ken Clifton Lewis and Clark College Food, Sex and Death…Tropical Green Seaweeds Provide Insights About Ecological Processes on Coral Reefs Dec 12, 2008
Adam Reitzel Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Population genetics, environmental stressors, and local adaptation of the estuarine sea anemone Nematostella vectensis Dec 5, 2008
Andy Cossins University of Liverpool Cold Tolerance Phenotypes in Fish and Worms; Insights from Microarrays and Reverse Genetics Nov 21, 2008
Robin Waples National Marine Fisheries Service Salmon Conservation and Evolution In a Changing World Nov 14, 2008
Kevin Lafferty US Geological Survey/University of California, Santa Barbara The Role of Parasites in Ecosystems Oct 31, 2008
Sandra Lindstrom University of British Columbia Biogeography and Cryptic Diversity on Northeast Pacific Shores: Examples from Mastocarpus, Porphyra and Other Common Intertidal Seaweeds Oct 24, 2008
Peggy Fong University of California, Los Angeles Phase-shifts, Alternative Stable States, and the Loss of Ecosystem Function in Southern California Lagoons Oct 17, 2008
Eric Anderson National Marine Fisheries Service Genetic Methods for Ocean Monitoring and Harvest Management of Pacific Salmon Oct 10, 2008
Rod Fujita Environmental Defense Fund The Next Big Thing in Ocean Conservation Oct 3, 2008
Roger Tsien University of California, San Diego Genetically Encoded and Synthetic Molecules for Whole-Animal and Clinical Imaging Oct 2, 2008
Mike Heithaus Florida International University Beyond the Body Count: Non-lethal and Indirect Effects of Tiger Sharks In a Pristine Seagrass Community Sept 26, 2008
Madeleine van Oppen Australian Institute of Marine Science Conservation Genetics and the Resilience of Reef Corals May 30, 2008
Mark Shelley Sea Studios Foundation Making Waves to Create Change May 23, 2008
Brian Bowen University of Hawaii Phylogeography and Conservation of Reef Fishes May 9, 2008
Forest Rohwer San Diego State University Microbes, Viruses, and the Decline of Coral Reefs May 2, 2008
Barry Gold Moore Foundation Pragmatic Environmentalism: Searching for Durable Marine Conservation Outcomes Apr 25, 2008
David Karl University of Hawaii Microbial Oceanography: A Sea of Opportunity Apr 18, 2008
Nancy Knowlton UC San Diego/ Scripps The Future of Coral Reefs Apr 18, 2008
Boris Worm Dalhousie University Ecosystem Effects of Depleting Large Marine Predators Apr 15, 2008
Heike Lotze Dalhousie University Lessons from the Past: Emerging Patterns of Historical Declines in Large Marine Predators Apr 11, 2008
William J. Sydeman Farallon Institute for Advanced Ecosystem Research Ecosystem Oceanography and Marine Conservation: Salmon with Wings and a New “Regime”? Apr 4, 2008
Peter Glynn University of Miami Eastern Pacific Coral Reefs: Global Perspective, Disturbances and Recovery Trends Mar 21, 2008
Nipam Patel University of California, Berkeley The Evolution of Animal Body Patterning: Insights from Marine Amphipods and Gastropods Mar 7, 2008
Michael Skinner Washington State University Epigenetic Transgenerational Actions of Endocrine Disruptors on Reproduction, Disease and Evolution: The Ghosts in your Genes Feb 29, 2008
Jonathan Rast University of Toronto Gene Regulatory Networks and the Evolution of Animal Immunity Feb 22, 2008
Kristin Sherrard University of Washington, Friday Harbor New Insights from Sea Squirts into the Mechanics of Invagination Feb 15, 2008
Elissa Epel University of California, San Francisco Stress, Eating and Aging Feb 8, 2008
Mark Martindale University of Hawaii/Kewalo Marine Laboratory Egg Organization and the Evolution of Animal Body Plans: The Details Are In The Entrails Feb 1, 2008
Arend Sidow Stanford University Functional architecture of cis elements that drive gene (co)expression Jan 25, 2008
Gary Litman University of South Florida Alternative Mechanisms that Diversify Immune Receptors Jan 18, 2008
Thomas Whitham Northern Arizona University Community and Ecosystem Genetics: The Importance of Quantifying the Heritability of Community and Ecosystem Phenotypes of Foundation Species Jan 11, 2008
Scott Gilbert Swarthmore College Signals from Above: How the Environment Can Instruct Gene Expression Jan 9, 2008
Chris Lowe University of Chicago Insights into early deuterostome evolution and chordate origins from hemichordate developmental biology Dec 7, 2007
Ray Huey University of Washington Ecological and evolutionary consequences of changing climates and changing atmospheres: studies with flies, lizards, mountaineers, and Triassic vertebrates Nov 30, 2007
Daniel Pauly University of British Columbia Global Fisheries and their Impact on Marine Ecosystems and Food Security Nov 16, 2007
Eric Cole St. Olaf College Windows Between Cells: Forward and reverse genetic analysis of the cleavage furrow and nuclear exchange junction in the ciliate, Tetrahymena thermophila. Nov 6, 2007
Jim Morin Cornell University Dazzling luminescent light shows by tiny ostracods in a big, dark ocean: sex, competition, precision and speed Nov 2, 2007
Jim Childress University of California, Santa Barbara Life in the ovine small intestine? Physiological adaptations to midwater oxygen minimum layers Oct 26, 2007
Roger Croll Dalhousie University Form, function and evolution of the larval nervous system in molluscs Oct 19, 2007
John Largier University of California, Davis/Bodega Marine Lab The oceanography of bays in upwelling regions - implications for habitat patterns and larval dispersal Oct 12, 2007
Andrew Baker University of Miami/RSMAS Changing by degrees: Understanding, predicting and accelerating the adaptive response of reef corals to climate change Oct 5, 2007
Armin Moczek Indiana University Conservation, innovation, and the origins of novelty: a case study on horned beetles Sep 28, 2007
Joseph Eastman Ohio University The nature of Antarctic fish diversity: are species flocks a component? Jun 1, 2007
Donal Manahan University of Southern California North Pole to South Pole: how and why we reached the “Last Places on Earth” May 25, 2007
John Duman Notre Dame University Insect antifreeze proteins and related adaptations May 18, 2007
Ken Smith Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Free-drifting icebergs as hotspots of chemical and biological enrichment in the Weddell Sea May 11, 2007
Ron Vale University of California, San Francisco Revisiting Mazia's mitotic spindle: discovering new molecules for spindle assembly by whole genome RNAi and high throughput microscopy May 7, 2007
James Kennett University of California, Santa Barbara Cenozoic evolution of the Antarctic environmental system and biota May 4, 2007
Terrie Williams University of California, Santa Cruz Energetic demands in large, polar predators: the balance between easy food and easy air Apr 27, 2007
Nicholas Spitzer University of California, San Diego Making the match: calcium signaling regulates neurortransmitter specification and receptor selection Apr 20, 2007
William Fraser Polar Oceans Research Group The ecology of geology: clues to understanding climate change-effects on Adelie penguins in the western Antarctic peninsula Apr 20, 2007
Gretchen Hofmann University of California, Santa Barbara Antarctica: it’s a harsh continent, at least for proteins Apr 13, 2007
David Lindberg University of California, Berkeley What more do we need to know? Apr 10, 2007
Kevin Arrigo Stanford University Interannual changes in the southern ocean carbon cycle Apr 6, 2007
John Bush Massachusetts Institute of Technology Surface tension in biology Mar 9, 2007
Giacomo Bernardi University of California, Santa Cruz The phylogeography and speciation of California fishes Mar 2, 2007
John Gosline University of British Columbia Bio-inspired materials design oozes out of hagfish slime Feb 23, 2007
Roman Stocker Massachusetts Institute of Technology Microbes, patches and plumes: investigating microbial ecology with microfluidics Feb 16, 2007
Francisco Chavez Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Biological consequences of climate change Feb 9, 2007
Emily Carrington University of Washington Living in a material world: the ecomechanics of mussels on wave-swept shores Feb 2, 2007
Cynthia Hays Bodega Marine Laboratory Ecological effects of dispersal and gene flow in an intertidal alga Jan 26, 2007
Robert Dudley University of California, Berkeley From gliding ants to Andean hummingbirds: the evolution of animal flight performance Jan 19, 2007
Danielle Zacherl California State University at Fullerton Destination unknown: explorations of larval dispersal Jan 12, 2007
Dietmar Kueltz University of California, Davis Unraveling environmental stress response networks via functional genomics and proteomics Dec 8, 2006
Geoff Trussell Northeastern University Predation risk and the nature and strength of indirect effects on rocky shores Dec 1, 2006
Bob Paine University of Washington The allocation of space on rocky shores: Insights from manipulations of mussels and crustose coralline algae. Nov 17, 2006
Steven Hubbell University of Georgia Is nature neutral-symmetric? No, but it is a good first approximation in a neotropical tree community. Nov 7, 2006
Vera Agostini Pew Institute for Ocean Science Climate-ocean variability and hake in the California Current: Habitat distribution, dynamics, and implications for management Nov 3, 2006
Sergio Flores Ramirez Universidad Autónoma de Baja California Sur The Delphi Oracle: Evolutionary patterns of cetacean Mhc sequences Oct 27, 2006
Greg Cailliet Moss Landing Marine Laboratories The Importance of Age Validation in Understanding the Life Histories of Sharks, Rays, Deep-sea Fishes & Corals Oct 20, 2006
Rachel Finley Northwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAA Fisheries Emerging threats to fish populations? Examining the demographic effects of parasites on reef fish and pollution to juvenile flatfish Oct 13, 2006
Jennifer Dunne Sante Fe Institute Shallow and deep-time perspectives on marine food-web robustness Oct 6, 2006
Willie Swanson University of Washington Adaptive evolution and co-evolution of sperm - egg recognition molecules: Insights into speciation Sep 29, 2006
Vinod Khosla Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers Alternative Energy: Is Ethanol a Viable Solution? Jun 2, 2006
David Epel Hopkins Marine Station Global Pollution: Late Lessons From Early Warnings -- Can We Learn and Can We Act? May 26, 2006
Doug Eernisse California State University Fullerton Why Are There So Many West Coast Species of Chitons, Limpets, and Seastars? May 22, 2006
Sharon Long Stanford University, Department of Biological Sciences Modern Molecular Studies of an Ancient Symbiosis May 19, 2006
Jim McVey &
Mike Sutton
NOAA, National Marine Fisheries Service & Monterey Bay Aquarium Center for the Future of the Oceans The Role of Aquaculture in Ecosystem Based Management May 19, 2006
Enric Sala Scripps Institution of Oceanography Degradation and Recovery of Coral Reefs Across a Gradient of Human Disturbance May 12, 2006
Bob Steneck University of Maine Turbulent Seas in the Wake of Overfishing: The Loss of Resilience and Accelerating Booms and Busts in the World's Coastal Ecosystems May 5, 2006
Mary Ruckelshaus NOAA, National Marine Fisheries Service Scientific Analyses in Support of Ecosytem-Scale Management of Puget Sound Apr 27, 2006
Ken Caldeira Carnegie Institute Department of Global Ecology Ocean Chemical Consequences of Carbon Dioxide Releases to the Atmosphere Apr 21, 2006
Steve Giovannoni Oregon State University, Dept. of Microbiology Genome Streamlining in Cosmopolitan Marine Bacteria Apr 17, 2006
Barbara Block Hopkins Marine Station Ocean Zoning: Mapping Habitats of Pelagic Fish Across the Blue Planet Apr 14, 2006
Carl Safina Blue Ocean Institute Voyage of the Turtle Apr 7, 2006
Jonathan Sweedler University of Illinois Techniques for Studying the Brain's Chemistry Neuron by Neuron Mar 24, 2006
Sir John Gurdon Wellcome Trust/Cancer Research UK Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge Nuclear reprogramming as a possible route to cell replacement Mar 17, 2006
Richard Grosberg Department of Ecology and Evolution, UC Davis All in the family: the ecology and genetics of multiway conflicts of interest in a marine snail Mar 3, 2006
Joan Roughgraden Department of Biological Science, Stanford University Ecology of the rock intertidal zone, a final project report Feb 24, 2006
Charles Hanifin Hopkins Marine Station Tetrodotoxin in the newt Taricha, ramifications for coevolution with a resistant snake predator Feb 17, 2006
Rodolfo Dirzo Department of Biological Science
Stanford University
Cascading effects of mammalian loss from tropical forests Feb 10, 2006
William Gilly Hopkins Marine Station Jumbo Squid Security Alert -- What will stop them? Jan 27, 2006
Anthony De Tomaso Hopkins Marine Station The Botryllus schlosseri tadpole: an innocent larvae, or a FuHC-homing stem cell kamikaze? Jan 20, 2006
Bernie Degnan University of Queensland Sponge genes, development and insights into the first multicellular
Jan 13, 2006
Roger Hanlon Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood Hole Mechanisms and principles of animal camouflage, exemplified by rapid adaptive coloration of cephalopods Dec 9, 2005
Craig Moritz University of California, Berkeley Evolution and conservation of a rainforest fauna Dec 2, 2005
Rob Fleischer National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Trouble in paradise: interactions of invasive diseases and vectors with the native Hawaiian avifauna Nov 18, 2005
Doug Crawford University of Miami Evolutionary Functional Genomics: Variations in Gene Expression & Cardiac Physiology Nov 11, 2005
Andy Sih University of California, Davis Behavioral syndromes: an evolutionary ecological overview Nov 4, 2005
Ginger Armbrust University of Washington Whole genome analyses of diatoms: insights into their ecology and evolution Oct 28, 2005
Farooq Azam University of California, San Diego Mechanisms in microbial structuring of marine ecosystems Oct 21, 2005
Nicole King University of California, Berkeley Choanoflagellates and the origin of animal multicellularity Oct 14, 2005
Jim Brown University of New Mexico The scale of life: from microbes to monsters, milliseconds to millennia, molecules to ecosystems Oct 7, 2005
Christina Cheng University of Illinois Going against conventional paradigms - new twists in teleost
freeze-avoidance and molecular evolution of antifreeze proteins
Sep 30, 2005
John Pearse University of California at Santa Cruz

Reproduction in Antarctic invertebrates: Paradigm shifts in the 20th century.

May 27, 2005
John Priscu Montana State University Earth’s Icy Biosphere May 20, 2005
Andrew Clarke British Antarctic Survey Antarctic Biodiversity: Climate, Evolution and Extinction May 13, 2005
Donal Manahan University of Southern California Exploration, history and science of the "last place on earth" May 6, 2005
Warwick Vincent Laval University Polar Ecosystems as Sentinels of Global Change Apr 29, 2005
Jack Duman Notre Dame University Insect Antifreeze Proteins and Related Overwintering Adaptations Apr 22, 2005
Rob Dunbar Stanford University Antarctica and Climate Change Apr 15, 2005
George Somero Stanford University The World’s Coolest Fish Apr 8, 2005
Serge Planes Université de Perpignan Estimating dispersal of marine fish from paternity analysis Feb 25, 2005
Patricia Conrad University of California, Davis What's killing southern sea otters? Feb 18, 2005
Alan Hastings University of California, Davis New approaches to design of marine reserves Feb 11, 2005
Rudolf Jaenisch Massachusetts Institute of Technology Nuclear cloning, embryonic stem cells and the promise for therapy Feb 4, 2005
Mark Bertness Brown University Title TBA Jan 28, 2005
Steven Beissinger University of California, Berkeley Marbled Murrelets in the Monterey Bay Ecosystem: Reproductive Failure, Fisheries Collapse, and Historic Diet Change Jan 21, 2005
Mark Hay Georgia Institute of Technology Why small herbivores prefer toxic plants Jan 14, 2005
Brendan Bohannan Stanford University Spatial scaling of microbial biodiversity Jan 7, 2005
Nathan Scholtz NMFS's Environmental Conservation Division Seattle , Washington Endangered species and conservation medicine: case studies from the Pacific Northwest Dec 10 , 2004
Forest Rohwer San Diego State University , San Diego , California Marine microbial and viral diversity and the health of coral reefs Dec 3, 2004
Amanda Vincent University of British Columbia

Reconciling fisheries with conservation: The case of coral reefs

Nov 29, 2004
Craig Young Oregon Institute of Marine Biology Adrift in the dark: movements and migrations of deep-sea larvae Nov 19, 2004
Katherine Peichel University of Washington & the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center ; Seattle , Washington Fishing for the secrets of speciation: genetic analysis of reproductive isolation in sticklebacks Nov 12, 2004
Peter J. Mumby University of Exeter , Devon , UK The resilience of coral reefs: insights from the scale of habitats to seascapes Nov 10, 2004
Tony DeTomaso Stanford University ’s Hopkins Marine Station Transplantation, Regeneration and Parasitic Stem Cells: the Strange Life of a Colonial Tunicate Nov 5, 2004
Mikhail Matz University of Florida 's Whitney Laboratory Convergent evolution of molecular complexity in coral fluorescent proteins Oct 29, 2004
Kathy Ann Miller University Herbarium, UC Berkeley California's seaweeds and seagrasses:  who is native and who is not? Oct 22, 2004
Doug Nowacek Florida State University Behavior, bioacoustics and locomotion of cetaceans: details from a multi-sensor tag and controlled exposure experiments Oct 15, 2004
Jennifer Ruesink University of Washington Why do invaders succeed or fail? Ecological and evolutionary insights from biological invasions Oct 8, 2004
Frank Grasso CUNY, Brooklyn BioMimetic Robots as Tools for Understanding Marine Animal Behavior Oct 1, 2004
Kathy Foltz UC Santa Barbara Signaling at Egg Activation Sep 24, 2004
Beth Okamura Reader in Aquatic Biology
School of Animal and Microbial Sciences
University of Reading, UK
Going against the flow: the importance of studying obscure organisms July 9, 2004
Alison Rieser School of Law, University of Maine, Portland Prescriptions for Marine Fisheries Reform: Is Rights-Based Management Compatible with an Ecosystems Approach? Jun 4, 2004
Stephen H. Schneider Department of Biologicical Sciences, Stanford University The Global Warming Debate: Is the Science Too Uncertain for Policy? May 28, 2004
Lou Gillette Department of Zoology, University of Florida, Gainsville Environmental Contaminants and Wildlife: from Populations to Genes May 21, 2004
Joanie Kleypas Environmental and Societal Impacts Group
National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder
Coral Reefs and Climate Change May 14, 2004
Richard W. Tsien Department of Molecular & Cellular Physiology
Stanford University Medical School
The Power and Adaptability of Tiny CNS Nerve Terminals May 13, 2004
Judith T. Kildow Division of Science and Environmental Policy
California State University at Monterey Bay
Socio-Economic Indicators of Change Along the US Coast:
Understanding the Coastal and Ocean Economies.
May 7, 2004
Fiorenza Micheli Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University Population and Community Recovery in Marine Protected Areas Apr 30, 2004
Ford Doolittle Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia Tree of Life - Web of Life Apr 23, 2004
Enric Sala Center for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation
Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla
Global Decline of Coral Reefs: A Community Perspective Apr 22, 2004
Alan Friedlander NOAA/NOS/National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science and
The Oceanic Institute, Hawaii
Marine Protected Areas and Community-based Fisheries Management in the Hawaiian Archipelago Apr 16, 2004
Barbara Block Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University Tagging of Pacific Pelagics: Examining the North Pacific Ecosystem with a Top Down Approach Apr 9, 2004
Ram Myers Dalhousie University,Halifax, Nova Scotia Decline of Top Predators in the Seas Apr 2, 2004
Mike Levine UC Berkeley Decoding Mesoderm Differentiation in the Drosophila Embryo and Ciona Tadpole Mar 12, 2004
Robert Warner UC Santa Barbara Recruitment, retention, and connections among coastal marine populations Mar 5, 2004
Greg Wray Duke University Evolution of the Embryonic Gene Network of Strongylocentrotus Purpuratus Feb 27, 2004
Mark Carr UC Santa Cruz Revealing relationships between a fish and its ecosystem: new applications, new approaches Feb 20, 2004
James Maller Univ. Colorado Medical School, Denver The Control of Metaphase II Arrest by Cytostatic Factor in Unfertilized Xenopus Eggs Feb 13, 2004
Robert Sapolsky Stanford University Sushi and Middle Age Feb 6, 2004
David Miller NIEHS, Research Triangle, NC Regulation of Xenobiotic Export Pumps in Killifish Renal Tubules: Endothelin Signaling and Molecular Hijacking by Nephrotoxicants Jan 30, 2004
Richard McIntosh Univ Colorado, Boulder Probing the Interactions Between Chromosomes and Spindle Fibers Jan 23, 2004
Robert Warner UC Santa Barbara Recruitment, retention, and connections among coastal marine populations Mar 5, 2004
Nancy Knowlton Scripps Institution of Oceanography Marine Biodiversity: From Corals to Microbes Jan 9, 2004
Karl O. Stetter University of Regensburg Hyperthermophilic life on Earth -- and Mars? May 30, 2003
Donal Manahan University of Southern California Growing up in the cold biosphere: Larval biology in deep-sea and polar environments May 23, 2003
Robert Vrijenhoek Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute- MBARI Global phylogeography of hydrothermal vent organisms May 16, 2003
Russel Andrews Institute of Marine Science-University of Alaska Remotely monitoring the behavior and physiology of air-breathing deep-sea divers May 9, 2003
Doug Bartlett Scripps Institution of Oceanography Pondering piezophiles: Contemplations concerning the genetic adaptations of deep-sea microbes May 2, 2003
Greg Cailliet Moss Landing Marine Laboratory Life histories of deep-sea animals: life in the slow lane? Apr 25, 2003
Lionel Jaffe Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA Fucoid Eggs as Intertidal Sensors Apr 21, 2003
James Barry Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute-MBARI Burial of CO2 in the deep sea: Consequences for deep-sea life Apr 18, 2003
Shozo Yokoyama Syracuse University An overview of adaptations of deep-sea organisms: 'Fine-tuning' physiology for life at depth Apr 4, 2003
George Somero Hopkins Marine Station An overview of adaptations of deep-sea organisms: 'Fine-tuning' physiology for life at depth Apr 4, 2003
Ellis Loew Cornell University TBA Mar 14, 2003
Curtis Lively Indiana University Predator-induced defense in an intertidal barnacle Mar 7, 2003
Fred Nijhout Duke University The control of polyphenic development in insects Feb 28, 2003
David Crews University of Texas, Austin The development of phenotypic plasticity Feb 21, 2003
Molly Cummings University of Texas at Austin Fish vision and visual communication in the kelp forest Feb 14, 2003
David Epel Hopkins Marine Station Saving the children: cellular mechanisms of embryo protection Feb 7, 2003
Tyrone Hayes UC Berkeley From silent spring to silent night: what are the effects of pesticides on amphibians telling us? Jan 31, 2003
Jerry Schatten University of Pittsburgh Centrosome Biology, Embryonic Stem Cells, Cloning and Human Reproduction: Daniel Mazia's Legacy Jan 23, 2003
Jason Podrabsky Hopkins Marine Station Developmental ecology of annual killifish: modulation of development and diapause by environmental cues Jan 17, 2003
Richard W. Aldrich Department of Molecular and Cellular Physiology
Stanford University
Understanding Ion Channels: the Molecular Components of Biological Electricity Jun 7, 2002
Ferdinando Boero University of Lecce, Italy Community Ecology: a life cycle perspective Jun 6, 2002
Michael Orbach Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences
Duke University
Our Emerging Ocean Ethos May 31, 2002
Josh Eagle & Rosamond Naylor Fisheries Project and Institute for International Studies
Stanford University
How do aquaculture and capture fisheries interact? May 24, 2002
Enric Sala Center for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Science-based design of a network of marine reserves in the Gulf of California May 17, 2002
Dee Boersma Department of Zoology
University of Washington
The message Penguins send about global change May 10, 2002
JoAnn Burkholder Center for Applied Aquatic Ecology
North Carolina State University
The role of the toxic dinoflagellate, Pfiesteria piscicida In marine ecosystems May 3, 2002
Theo Colborn World Wildlife Foundation
Senior Scientist
Marine Endocrine Disrupters Apr 26, 2002
James Spotila Drexel University
School of Environmental Science, Engineering, and Policy
The Physiological and Population Ecology of the Pacific Leatherback, an extinct turtle if we don't get our act together Apr 19, 2002
Barbara Block Stanford Unviversity, Hopkins Marine Station One Stock or Two: Electronic Tagging of Atlantic bluefin tuna
and tales of tuna migrations
Apr 12, 2002
Jeremy Jackson Scripps Institution of Oceanography
University of California San Diego
Historical Levels of Exploitation in the Oceans Apr 5, 2002
Marc Kirschner Department of Cell Biology, Harvard Medical School Proteolysis and the Cell Cycle Apr 3, 2002
Virginia Weis Oregon State University Symbiosis as marriage: The wedding and divorce of cnidarian/algal mutualisms Mar 15, 2002
W. Sousa UC Berkeley Lightning strikes, gap regeneration, and the structure of Caribbean mangrove forests Mar 8, 2002
A. Kimberly McAllister UC Davis Rapid recruitment of proteins to nascent synapses in the CNS Mar 4, 2002
Tim Stearns Stanford University Centrosome duplication - how one cell becomes two Feb 22, 2002
Kerstin Wasson Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve Conservation and Ecology of Pacific Estuaries: Research Priorities at Elkhorn Slough Feb 15, 2002
Steve Morgan UC Davis Chance and predictability in the survival of marine larvae across species' ranges Feb 1, 2002
Kevin Arrigo Stanford University Phytoplankton in the Ross Sea, Antarctica: A story of ice and iron Jan 25, 2002
Ed Delong MBARI Integrating perspectives on the natural microbial world, from genomes to biomes Jan 18, 2002
Dave Lindberg UC Berkeley, Museum of Paleontology Dangerous Radicals and Unsafe Guides: A Phylogenetic View
of Rocky Shore Communities
Jan 11, 2002
Edward Ruby University of Hawaii, Pacific Biomedical Research Center

Understanding cooperative bacterial associations: Molecular mechanisms underlying symbiotic adaptations

Dec 11, 2001
Margaret McFall-Ngai University of Hawaii, Pacific Biomedical Research Center The developmental biology of a cooperative animal-bacteria association Dec 10, 2001
Chris Lowe University of California, Berkeley, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology Chordate origins revisited: Molecular insights from Hemichordates Dec 7, 2001
Gary Schoolnik Stanford University Medical School, Department of Pathology Microarray expression studies of Vibrio cholerae biofilm development on chitin Nov 30, 2001
John Montgomery University of Auckland, New Zealand

In the hydrodynamic- and electro-sensory world of fishes, what are the signals, what is the noise and how do fish tell the difference?

Nov 27, 2001
John Montgomery University of Auckland, New Zealand Sense and settlement Nov 28, 2001
Steve Palumbi Harvard University, Museum of Comparative Zoology Multi-locus genealogies and molecular genetics of species boundaries in the sea Nov 13, 2001
Steve Palumbi Harvard University, Museum of Comparative Zoology The role of genetics in marine conservation research Nov 14, 2001
Caitlin O’Connell-Rodwell Stanford University, Center for Conservation Biology The seismic propagation of elephant vocalizations and implications for long distance communication Nov 9, 2001
Steven Block Stanford University, Department of Biological Sciences and Applied Physics Using optical tweezers to study biological motors Nov 2, 2001
Steven Block Stanford University, Department of Biological Sciences and Applied Physics Living nightmares: Facing the threat of biological weapons Nov 2, 2001
Dmitri Petrov Stanford University, Department of Biological Sciences and Applied Physics Slow but steady: mutational biases in genome size evolution Oct 26, 2001
Rob Dunbar Stanford University, Department of Earth Sciences Tropical temperatures and global climate: Clues from corals Oct 19, 2001
Mark Stromberg University of California, Berkeley, Hastings Reserve, Carmel Valley An overview of the Hastings Preserve Oct 12, 2001
Ken Smith Marine Biology Research Division, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Food Supply and Benthic Boundary Layer Community Demands in the Deep Sea Jun 1, 2001
Robert Vrijenhoek Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) Molecular Ecology and Evolution of Hydrothermal Vent Animals and Their Symbiotic Microbes May 25, 2001
James Childress Department of Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology, University of California, Santa Barbara The Metabolic Rates of Deep-Sea Animals: The Rest of the Story May 18, 2001
Charles Fisher Department of Biology, Pennsylvania State University Live Hard-Die Young - or - Plant Deep Roots and Live Long: Contrasting Ecophysiological Strategies of Hydrothermal Vent and Cold Seep Tubeworms May 11, 2001
Tim Hunt Imperial Cancer Research Fund, England Homage to Dan Mazia — From 'Synthesis of Substances' to the
'Trigger': What Really Oscillates in the Cell Cycle?
May 10, 2001
Eric Warrant Department of Zoology, Functional Morphology, University of Lund Eye Design and Visual Ecology in the Deep Sea May 2, 2001
Peter Brewer Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) Making Choices and the Ocean Chemistry of Fossil Fuel CO2 Apr 27, 2001
Jim Barry Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) Ecology and Ecophysiology of Cold Seep Clams in Monterey Bay Apr 20, 2001
Craig Cary University of Delaware-College of Marine Sciences Some Like it Hot: A Voyage to Life's Extreme Apr 13, 2001
Clay Armstrong Department of Physiology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Gated Ion Channels: Why We Have Them and How They Work Apr 4, 2001
Marie Burns University of California, Davis Deactivation mechanisms of a model G protein cascade Mar 22, 2001
Grant Pogson University of California, Santa Cruz Evaluating local adaptation in marine species from the patterns of nucieotide sequence variation at selected genes Mar 15, 2001
Axel Meyer University of Konstanz, Germany The evolution of the adaptive radiations of East African cichlid fishes: Comparative genomic and developmental aspects Feb 22, 2001
Jim Valentine University of California, Berkeley When the Cambrian exploded, what blew up? Feb 15, 2001
Richard R. Strathmann Friday Harbor Lab, University of Washington Why are there planktonic larvae? Feb 8, 2001
Susan Lindquist University of Chicago Yeast prions: a new paradigm in inheritance and a potential route to the evolution of new traits Feb 2, 2001
Fred Rieke University of Washington Sites and mechanisms of contrast adaptation in the retina Feb 1, 2001
Tony De Tomaso Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University The Botryllus major fusibility/histocompatibility locus: Protecting colonial protochordates from predatory allogenic stem cells Jan 25, 2001
David Welch Pacific Biological Station, Fisheries & Oceans Canada Ocean migrations of Pacific salmon and possible impacts of climate change Jan 18, 2001
Sam Luoma United States Geological Survey Selenium impacts on food webs: Effects of transporting Central Valley irrigation drainage to San Francisco Bay Jan 11, 2001
Glenn C. Johns Hopkins Marine Station of Stanford University Vertebrate speciation patterns and systematic issues from
comparative cytochrome b analyses
Nov 30, 2000
Barry Sinervo Division of Natural Sciences, University of California, Santa Cruz Games lizards play: Rock, paper and scissors meet the r-and Kstrategists Nov 16, 2000
Tony De Tomaso Department of Pathology, Stanford University School of Medicine The Botrylhis-major fusibility/histocompability locus: protecting
colonial protochordates from predator allogenic stem cells
Nov 8, 2000
Irv Weissman Department of Pathology, Stanford University School of Medicine Biology, transplantation, and evolution of stem and progenitor cells Nov 8, 2000
Richard Luthy Department of Civil Engineering, Stanford University Thinking small: The microscale localization of organic pollutants
in sediments and its relevance for bioaccumulation and
Nov 2, 2000
Joe Bonaventura Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University The biology of nitric oxide as it relates to THE THEORY Of
Oct 26, 2000
Todd Ciche Hopkins Marine Station of Stanford University The symbiotic side of a voracious pathogenic bacterium Oct 19, 2000
Brigitte Ciapa University of Paris VI Egg activation; upstream of the fertilization calcium signal Oct 12, 2000
Lars Tomanek Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University Heat-shock proteins, thermotolerance and biogeography in intertidal Tegula
Jun 1, 2000
Ed Moczydlowski Pharmacology, Cellular & Molecular Physiology, Yale University Medical School Putting the squeeze on Na+-channel and Ca+2-activated K+-channel pores
via molecular interactions
May 25, 2000
Tim Steams Department of Biological Sciences, Stanford University Mazia Revisited: The molecular mechanisms behind the centrosome cycle May 18, 2000
Vic Vacquier Scripps Institute of Oceanography, University of California San Diego A new family of cell-surface receptors involved in sea urchin sperm ion
regulation and human kidney disease
May 11, 2000
Gary Yellen Department of Ncurobiology, Harvard University Medical School The moving parts of voltage-gated K+ channels May 4, 2000
Jim Carlton Department of Marine Sciences, Williams College, Mystic CT Ecological and evolutionary changes in coastal marine ecosystems: The role
of marine biological invasions
Apr 27, 2000
Liqun Luo Department of Biological Sciences, Stanford University Molecular mechanisms of neuronal morphogenesis Apr 20, 2000
Baldo Marinovic Institute of Marine Sciences, University of California Santa Cruz El Nino, krill and whales - not the story you might expect Apr 13, 2000
Tom Fenchel Marine Biology Laboratory, Helsingnore, Denmark How many kinds of microbes are there? Apr 6, 2000
Rich Satterlie Department of Zoology, Arizona State University, Tempe Neural control of locomotory speed changes in a "flying" mollusk Mar 30, 2000
Nancy Targett Graduate College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware Mediation of plant-herbivore interactions by secondary metabolites:
Phlorotannins, phaeophytes, and fish
Mar 2, 2000
Andrew Gracey Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University Fish and chips: Using DNA microarrays to study hypoxia-induced chances
in gene expression
Feb 24, 2000
David Bredt Department of Physiology, University of California, San Francisco Nitric oxide and synaptic development Feb 10, 2000
David Kingsley Stanford Medical Center, Stanford University What genes control the development and evolution of the vertebrate
Feb 3, 2000
Roger Pedersen Department of Biology, University of California, San Francisco Early events in axis formation in the mouse embryo Jan 27, 2000
Bill Sullivan Department of Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz The role of cell cycle checkpoints in early Drosophila embryogenesis
Jan 20, 2000
Michael F. Rexach Department of Biological Sciences, Stanford University How karyopherins move across the nuclear pore complex Jan 13, 2000
Chris Scholin Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) Application of DNA probes for detection of harmful algae Jan 6, 2000
Elizabeth Dahlhoff Department of Biology, Santa Clara University Mechanisms of local adaptation to temperature in a montane
insect: What can beetle populations tell us about small chances in
Nov 18, 1999
Eric Sanford Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University Keystones and climate change: The influence of water temperature
on the sea star Pisaster ochmceus
Nov 4, 1999
Jason Podrabsky Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University Waiting for the rain: developmental arrest and dehydration tolerance
in embryos of an annual kilhfish, Austrofunduhis limnaeus
Oct 28, 1999
Barbara Taylor Department of Zoology, Oregon State University, Corvallis Fly sex - the genetics of sexual behavior Oct 21, 1999
Robert Mason Department of Zoology, Oregon State University, Corvallis Snakes, sex and scents: The Garden of Eden revisited Oct 14, 1999
George Leonard Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University Population and community ecology of New England intertidal
Oct 7, 1999
Dietmar Kiiltz University of Florida-Whitney Laboratory, St. Augustine Osmotic regulation of the cell cycle Sep 30, 1999
Paul Ehrlich Professor of Population Studies and President, Center for Conservation Biology
Department of Biological Sciences, Stanford University
The Human Predicament: Population, Evolution, and the Environment Jun 4, 1999
Steve Palumbi Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University Biological
Using Genetics to Monitor International Trade and Global Protection
of Whales
May 27, 1999
Robin Waples NOAA, National Marine Fisheries Service, Northwest Fisheries Center What to Save and Why Should We Worry? - A Salmon Perspective May 20, 1999
Les Watling Department of Oceanography, Darling Marine Center, University of Maine Scorched Earth Fishing: The Ecosystem Damage Caused by Trawlers May 13, 1999
JoAnne Burkholder Department of Botany, North Carolina State University, Raleigh The Emerging Importance of Chronic/Sublethal Impacts ofHarmful
Marine Algae on Fish and Human Health
May 6, 1999
John Ogden Florida Institute of Oceanography, St. Petersburg The Role of Science in Conservation of Coral Reefs Apr 29, 1999
Paul Dayton Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla Environmental Impacts of Marine Fishing and Possible Roles of
Marine Protected Areas
Apr 15, 1999
Carl Safina National Audubon Society, New York Song for the Blue Ocean Apr 13, 1999
Norman Pace University of California, Berkeley The New View of Microbial Diversity: Molecular Microbial Ecology Apr 12, 1999
Martin Hall IATTC, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla Ecological Tradeoffs in the Tuna Dolphin Issue Apr 8, 1999
Barbara Block Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University Sushi and Satellites: Can We Save the Atlantic Bluefin Tuna? Apr 1, 1999
Gareth Pearson Center for Science and Technology in Marine Research, University of Algarve, Portugal Timing gamete release in variable environments: sex and stress in the
intertidal zone
Feb 1, 1999
Ester Serrao Center for Science and Technology in Marine Research, University of Algarve, Portugal Swept away? Fertilization success in the sea, and when encounters with
sperm are too much of a good thing
Feb 1, 1999
Steven Wing Department of Marine Science, University of Otago,. New Zealand Spatial structure of coastal marine populations, with examples from
California and New Zealand
Jan 25, 1999
Sarah Cohen Zoology Department, Shoals Marine Laboratory, University of New Hampshire Space invaders: the evolutionary ecology of recognition behavior in
colonial invertebrates
Jan 21, 1999
Jay Stachowicz Department of Marine Sciences, University of Connecticut Mutualism, commensalism, and species persistence in marine communities Jan 18, 1999
Fiorenza Micheli National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, University of California Santa Barbara Predator-prey interactions in marine ecosystems: from individual
behavior to community dynamics
Jan 14, 1999
Mark Hahn Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Dioxin Signaling and the PAS Gene Family: An Evolutionary Perspective Dec 3, 1998
Grieg Steward Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) Marine Viral Communities: Composition, Dynamics and Consequences Nov 19, 1998
David Epel Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University Development In A Volatile World: How Embryos Cope With Environmental Stress Nov 12, 1998
Gretchen Hofman Department of Biology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque Heat Shock Proteins in Marine Organisms: Not Just for Stress
Nov 5, 1998
Bruce Menge Department of Zoology, Oregon State University, Corvallis Benthic-Pelagic Coupling and Rocky Intertidal Community Structure Oct 29, 1998
Peter Fields Hopkins Marine Station of Stanford University Greasing the Hinges: The Role of Conformational Flexibility in Adaptation of Proteins to Temperature Oct 22, 1998
Doug Bartlett Marine Biology Research Division, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Genetics and Biochemistry of Pressure-Sensing and Adaptation in Deep-Sea Bacteria Oct 15, 1998
Mark Denny Hopkins Marine Station, Stnaford University The Mirage of Optimal Design: Morphological Variability and the Limits to Evolution Oct 8, 1998
Donal Manahan Department of Biological Sciences, University of Southern California, Los Angeles Larval Development in Diverse Environments: Comparative and Genetic Approaches to Physiology Oct 1, 1998
Judith Frydman Biological Sciences Department, Stanford University Protein folding in the eukaryotic cytosol May 28, 1998
Galen Stucky Departments of Chemistry and Materials, University of California, Santa Barbara Using interfaces, non-equilibrium, and multi-processes for the molecular design of materials from A to cm May 21, 1998
Stephen Highstein Department of Otolaiyngology, Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis Origins of the response dynamics of the horizontal semicircular canal in toadfish, Opsanus tau May 14, 1998
Jeff Hazel Department of Biology, Arizona State University, Tempe The facts of life: Membrane lipids and the plasticity of membrane function in different environments May 7, 1998
Jonathan Sweedler Beckman Institute, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana Measuring neurotransmitters in simple neuronal networks Apr 30, 1998
Min Li Department of Physiology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Molecular assembly of neuronal signaling complexes Apr 23, 1998
Len Kaczmarek Department of Pharmacology, Yale University Medical School, New Haven Regulation of prolonged changes in neuronal excitability Apr 16, 1998
Bernd U. Budelmann Marine Biomedical Institute, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston The brain of cephalopods: What is so special about it? Apr 9, 1998
Howard Schulman Neurobiology Department, Stanford University Temporal and spatial decoding of calcium signals Apr 2, 1998
Rodger Kram Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley Walking and running in reduced gravity: Some Froude for thought Mar 12, 1998
Claire E. Farley Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley Musculoskeletal springs in locomotion Mar 5, 1998
Michael Dickinson Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley Mechanical and neurological control of flight in Drosophila Feb 23, 1998
Theodore Garland, Jr. Department of Zoology, University of Wisconsin Artificial selection for voluntary activity levels in house mice: A study in evolutionary physiology Feb 19, 1998
Raymond B. Huey Department of Zoology, University of Washington Evolution of thermal sensitivity in Drosophila Feb 12, 1998
Richard T. Barber Duke University Marine Laboratory El Nino Feb 5, 1998
Robert K. Josephson School of Biological Sciences, University of California, Irvine The design of high-frequency muscles Jan 22, 1998
Joseph Bonaventura Duke University Marine Laboratory The SNO-hemoglobin cycle: A model for cyclic allosteric control Jan 15, 1998
Gabrielle Nevitt Section of Neurobiology, Physiology & Behavior, University of Califomia-Davis Olfactory foraging by Antarctic seabirds Dec 11, 1997
Richard Zimmerman Moss Landing Marine Laboratory, San Jose State University The sea grass paradox Dec 4, 1997
Peter Raimondi Department of Biology, University of California-Santa Cruz Contribution of propagule life history characteristics to the organization of populations and communities Nov 20, 1997
Giacomo Bernardi Department of Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz Oceanographic and ecological barriers to gene flow along the coast of California Nov 13, 1997
Paul Levine Hopkins Marine Station of Stanford University Biomineralization: Nanofabrication at the interface between biology and inorganic chemistry Oct 30, 1997
Farooq Azam Marine Biology Research Division, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Bacteria-organic matter interactions in the sea: Implications for oceanic carbon cycle and food web dynamics Oct 16, 1997
Allen Gibbs Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of California-Irvine Using laboratory selection to study evolutionary physiology: Don't you wish you worked on Drosophila Oct 9, 1997
Brian Helmuth Hopkins Marine Station of Stanford University Physiological ecology of the rocky intertidal: Predicting spatial and temporal patterns in mussel body temperatures Oct 2, 1997
James Childress Department of Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology University of California, Santa Barbara The Riftia symbiosis-recent progress May 29, 1997
Lincoln Taiz Department of Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz How plants cope with excess heavy metals May 22, 1997
Grant Pogson Department of Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz Gene flow, natural selection, and population structure in the Atlantic cod May 15, 1997
Rick Steinhardt Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of California, Berkeley Plasma membrane repair and the mechanisms of vesicle recruitment for calcium-regulated exocytosis May 8, 1997
John Ross Department of Chemistry, Stanford University New approaches to the kinetics-reaction pathways of biochemical systems May 1, 1997
David Terman, M.D. Department of Immunology, Jenquest T and B cell superantigens in cancer and auto-immune disease Apr 24, 1997
Stuart Linn Division of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, University of California, Berkeley The study of DNA damage by Fe(H) and hydrogen peroxide in vivo and in vitro has many surprises Apr 17, 1997
David Evans Department of Zoology, University of Florida How the shark aorta talks to itself to control gill perfusion (including thoughts on The French Paradox, Poppers, and Nitroglycerine) Mar 13, 1997
Steven Wing Department of Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology, University of California, Davis Coastal retention and transport of meroplankton in the California current Mar 6, 1997
Roger Pedersen Laboratory of Radiobiology & Environmental Health, University of California, San Francisco What is the role of DNA repair in early mammalian development? Feb 27, 1997
Steve Strieker Department of Biology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque Fertilization from the inside out: intracellular injections of a soluble sperm factor trigger egg activation in a marine worm Feb 20, 1997
Raul Suarez Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology, University of California, Santa Barbara Molecules, muscles and meadows: sustaining the highest metabolic rates in the animal kingdom Feb 13, 1997
Rudolf Raff Department of Biology, Indiana University, Bloomington Evolution of early development: where are the developmental constraints? Feb 6, 1997
David E. Clapham Department of Cardiology, Childrens Hospital, Harvard Medical School The G protein gated K+ channels Jan 30, 1997
Robert Podolsky Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University Some implications of small size for early life histories in the sea Jan 23, 1997
Steve Moore Earth Systems Science & Policy Institute, California State University, Monterey Bay Biological morphophysics: Xenopus gastrulation and the search for physical origins offunctional form Jan 16, 1997
Ned Ruby Kewalo Marine Laboratory, University of Hawaii Establishing detente between two domains: Host-induced modulation of symbiont gene expression Dec 19, 1996
Margaret McFall-Ngai Kewalo Marine Laboratory, University of Hawaii Establishing detente between two domains: Developmental changes in the host animal to accommodate its bacterial symbionts Dec 19, 1996
Douglas Nelson Section of Microbiology, Div of Biological Sciences, University of California at Davis Hollow nitrate-respirers, free-range symbionts and other sulfur bacteria of vents and seeps Nov 21, 1996
Dan Morse Marine Science Institute, University of California at Santa Barbara Proteins and molecular mechanisms controlling biomineralization to form the high-performance microlaminate composites of abalone shell and pearl Nov 14, 1996
Dietmar Kultz National Institutes of Health, Bethesda Cellular osmosensing: conserved pathways or divergent strategies? Nov 7, 1996
James Barry Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute The biology and ecology of chemosynthetic communities in Monterey Bay Oct 31, 1996
Kenneth Johnson Moss Landing Marine Laboratories Iron in IronEXl and IronEX2: The role of light in iron speciation Oct 24, 1996
William Rice Division of Natural Sciences, University of California at Santa Cruz Male-female antagonistic co-evolution: implication for speciation in the Y-chromosome Oct 17, 1996
Charles Cockell NASA-Ames Research Center, Moffett Field Effects of UV radiation on photosynthesis and DNA synthesis patterns in microbial mats Oct 10, 1996
Peter Armstrong Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of California at Davis Immunity in long-lived invertebrates: How to survive and prosper without antibodies or complement Oct 3, 1996
Paul Bentzen School of Fisheries, Marine Molecular Biotechnology, University of Washington Microsatellite polymorphism and the population genetics of Atlantic cod Jun 6, 1996
Jerry Kooyman Center for Marine Biotechnology & Biomedicine, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Some of the physiological challenges for birds and mammals when divine to depth May 30, 1996
Victor Vacquier Scripps Institution of Oceanography The structure and function of a protein mediating species-restrictive fertilization in a free-spawning marine invertebrate (abalone) May 23, 1996
Shyril O'Steen Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine How turtle energetics are developmentally plastic and illuminate the evolution of environmental sex determination May 16, 1996
George Lauder Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine Functional morphology of an evolutionary constraint: caudal fin locomotion in fishes May 9, 1996
Jeff Graham Center for Marine Biotechnology & Biomedicine and the Marine Biology Research Division, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, La Jolla Phyletic analyses of tuna heat exchangers and red muscle pattern: inferences for the evolution of endothermy and thunniform locomotion May 2, 1996
Jonathan Stamler Department of Medicine, Division of Respiratory Cardiovascular Medicine, Duke University, Durham Redox signaling by S-nitrosylation Apr 25, 1996
Jane Lubchenco Zoology Department, Oregon State University, Corvallis Entering the century of the environment: challenges for scientists Apr 11, 1996
Monty Slatkin Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley Microsatellite loci as population genetic markers Apr 4, 1996
Bruce Sidell Department of Zoology, University of Maine Myoglobin expression among Antarctic icefishes "Now you see it. Now you don't" Mar 14, 1996
Stan Lindstedt Department of Biological Sciences, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff Rattlesnakes, humming birds and pronghorn antelope: Common principles of muscle design in uncommon animals Mar 7, 1996
Carol Reeb Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University What mitochondrial DNA can tell us about the systematics, population biology and fishery management of mahimahi (Coryphaena hippurus) Feb 15, 1996
Amir Berman Material Science Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley The interface between calcite crystals and ordered organic layers: Nucleation, crystal growth and biomineralization Feb 8, 1996
Arthur Grossman Carnegie Institution of Washington, Stanford The survival of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii during nutrient-limited growth Feb 1, 1996
William B. Thornhill Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York Sialidation modifies K+ channel function Dec 14, 1995
Edward DeLong Department of Biological Sciences, Division of Marine Biology, University of California, Santa Barbara 17th Century biology using 21st Century tools: the beginnings of a natural history of marine microorganisms. Dec 7, 1995
Todd Scheuer Department of Pharmacology, University of Washington, Seattle Structure, function and modulation of voltage-dependent sodium channels Nov 30, 1995
James S. Clegg Bodega Marine Laboratory, University of California, Davis The unusual response of Anemia embryos to anoxia: Evidence for the involvement of a molecular chaperone Nov 16, 1995
Dennis Rozanski Laboratory of Cardiovascular Science, Gerontology Research Center, National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health, Baltimore Coordination of vascular smooth muscle cell signalling during chemotaxis Nov 9, 1995
James Hanken Environmental, Population and Organismic Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder Life history, development, and morphological evolution in amphibians Nov 2, 1995
Tony Farrell Department of Biological Sciences, Simon Frascr University Safety factors and time sharing in fish cardiovascular design Jun 8, 1995
Burney Le Boeuf Department of Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz Development of diving in northern elephant seals Jun 1, 1995
Peter Parham Department of Structural Biology, Stanford University Class I major histocompatibility molecules in the rainbow trout May 25, 1995
William Kier Department of Biology, University of North Carolina An integrative analysis of muscle specialization in squid May 11, 1995
John Altringham Pure and Applied Biology, University of Leeds, U.K. Tuning in to fish swimming waves: Body form swimming mode and muscle function May 4, 1995
Geoffrey Arnold Behaviour and Physiology Group, Fisheries Laboratory, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries & Food, U.K. Migratory behaviour of Plaice in the North Sea - Recent progress witn archival tags Apr 27, 1995
Ralph Bradshaw Biological Chemistry, University of California, Irvine Divide or conquer: Pheromone structure/function studies in the marine ciliate Euplotes raikovi Apr 20, 1995
Rhanor Gillette Department of Physiology & Biophysics, University of Illinois, Urbana The structural organization and neural mechanisms of foraging behavior in predatory molluscs Apr 13, 1995
Terrie Williams Department of Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz Swimming in dolphins: Blue whale blueprints for low cost locomotion in secondarily aquatic mammals Mar 16, 1995
Knut Schmidt-Nielsen Department of Zoology, Duke University Physiological insight: On recognizing opportunity Mar 9, 1995
Sue McConnell Department of Biological Sciences, Stanford University Plasticity and commitment in the developing mammalian brain Mar 2, 1995
Naweed Syed Anatomy and Medical Physiology, University of Calgary Transmitter-receptor interactions between the growth cones of identified Lymnaea neurons determine target cell selection and specific synapse formation in vitro. Feb 23, 1995
Rick Grosberg Department of Evolution and Ecology, University of California, Davis The evolution of self/nonself recognition in clonal invertebrates: Sex, parasites and units of selection Feb 16, 1995
Chris Somerville Department of Plant Biology, Carnegie Institution of Washington and Department of Biological Sciences, Stanford University Dissection of membrane lipid synthesis in Arabidopsis Feb 2, 1995
C. Richard Taylor Concord Field Station, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University Optimization of structural pathways: a general principle of biological design? Jan 26, 1995
Martin Feder Division of the Biological Sciences, University of Chicago Ecological and evolutionary physiology of the stress response and stress proteins Jan 19, 1995
Baruch Rinkevich Israel Oceanographic and Limnological Research Institute, Haifa, Israel Chimeras in colonial marine invertebrates: The inside story Jan 12, 1995
Dianna Padilla Department of Zoology, University of Wisconsin, Madison When is a phenotypically plastic feeding morphology adaptive? Dec 15, 1994
Robert Full Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley Diversity enables discovery: Inspiration from athropods in the design of legged robots Dec 8, 1994
Richard Di Guilio School of Environment, Duke University, Durham Comparative mechanisms of oxidative stress and genotoxicity in two Ictalurid fishes Dec 1, 1994
Isaac Pessah Department of Molecular Biosciences, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis Role of FKBP-12 in regulation of intracellular Ca2+ transport: Novel insight gained with macrocyclic bromotyrosines from Ianthella basta Nov 17, 1994
Martin Poenie Department of Zoology, University of Texas, Austin How do cells get a sense of direction? Lessons from T-cells and macrophages Oct 27, 1994
Larry Rome Department of Biology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia The design of muscular systems Oct 20, 1994
Mark Denny Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University Can constrained chaos cause kelp catastrophes? Critical computer clues create concern Oct 13, 1994
Virginia Walbot Department of Biological Sciences, Stanford University Regulation of mutator transposons of maize Jun 2, 1994
Peter W. Hochachka Department of Zoology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver The role of oxygen signal transduction in metabolic regulation May 26, 1994
David M. Hillis Department of Zoology, University of Texas, Austin To tree the truth: Biological and numerical simulations of phylogeny May 19, 1994
Gail Mandel Department of Neurobiology and Behavior, SUNY, Stony Brook, New York Regulation of neural-specific sodium channels May 12, 1994
Perry McCarty Department of Civil Engineering, Stanford University Biological transformation of halogenated organic hydrocarbons in the environment May 5, 1994
Rock Levinson Department of Physiology, University of Colorado Medical School, Denver The role of sugars in the gating of sodium channels Apr 28, 1994
George N. Somero Department of Zoology, Oregon State University, Corvallis Little things can mean a lot: biochemical adapatation to environmental stress Apr 21, 1994
Theodore H. Bullock Department of Neurosciences, University of California, San Diego How does biology deal with brain complexity? Apr 14, 1994
Richard W. Aldrich Colloquium Molecular and Cellular Physiology, HHMI, Stanford University Biophysical and molecular mechanisms of potassium channel gating Apr 7, 1994
Kathleen Foltz Biological Sciences & Marine Science Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara The sperm receptor: Beyond the role of recognition Mar 31, 1994
Hong Cheung Lee Department of Physiology, University of Minnesota Cyclic ADP-Ribose: A Ca+2 mobilizing metabolite of NAD+ Mar 17, 1994
Jeff Shimeta Department of Integrative Biology, UC Berkeley Influences of turbulence on feeding rates of planktonic, protozoan and suspension feeders Mar 10, 1994
Daniel Mazia Hopkins Marine Station Cell cycle at the cellular level Mar 3, 1994
Chris Jordan Department of Zoology, University of Washington An integrative approach to swimming dynamics of leeches: nerves, muscles and hydrodynamics Feb 24, 1994
Joe Culotti Department of Molecular, Neurobiology and Immunology, Mt. Sinai Hospital Research Institute, Toronto, Canada Mechanisms of axon guidance revealed by genetic and molecular analysis of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans Feb 17, 1994
Mike Klymkowski Department of Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder Intermediate filaments: Organization and function in frogs Feb 10, 1994
Bruce Baker Department of Biological Sciences, Stanford University Sex, flies, and developmental fates Feb 3, 1994
Ned Ruby Department of Biological Sciences, USC Dynamics of symbiotic light organ cultivation by Vibrioflscheri Jan 20, 1994
Dennis Carter Mechanical Engineering Department, Stanford University The role of mechanical stresses in skeletal development and adaptation Jan 12, 1994
Suzanne Pfeffer Department of Biochemistry, Stanford University RAS-like GTPases and molecular motors in receptor trafficking and organelle localization Jan 6, 1994
Christian Felder Laboratory of Cell Biology, National Institute of Mental Health Anandamide: is it the brain's natural marijuana? Dec 9, 1993
Jim Spudich Department of Biochemistry, Stanford University Structure and function of myosin, a molecular motor Dec 2, 1993
John Hobbie Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Laboratory An overview of U.S. coastal research Nov 18, 1993
Andrew Murray Department of Physiology, University California San Francisco The anaphase trigger: what it is and what controls it Nov 11, 1993
Stanley Falkow Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Stanford University School of Medicine Salmonella entry into host cells Nov 4, 1993
Mike LaBarbera Department of Anatomy and Organismal Biology, University of Chicago Are fluid transport systems optimally designed; evidence from three phyla Oct 28, 1993
Manuel Ares Department of Biology, University California Santa Cruz How works a snRNP? Structure and function of yeast U2 RNA Oct 21, 1993
Timothy Steams Department of Biological Sciences, Stanford University How the cell finds its center: Y-tubulin and the centrosome Oct 7, 1993
Robert Goldman Department of Cellular, Molecular & Structural Biology, Northwestern University Medical School Dynamic properties of intermediate filament networks Sep 30, 1993