From September, 1984 through March, 1985, I worked as a Visiting
Intern for the Division of Special Programs, College of Arts and Sciences,
Northeastern University (NU). My position entailed the administration and
promotion of university marine related projects. The Division of Special
Programs is responsible for the development, implementation and...
The “9th Okazaki Biology Conference: Marine Biology II” held at the National Institute for Basic Biology (NIBB) in
Okazaki, Japan and at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST) in Okinawa, Japan (14–19 October
2012) bridged the fields of EvoDevo, symbiosis and coral reef ecology.
This dissertation focuses on the life of Dixy Lee Ray as it examines important
developments in marine biology and biological oceanography during the mid twentieth
century. In addition, Ray's key involvement in the public understanding of science
movement of the 1950s and 1960s provides a larger social and cultural context...