Tyler Wooley-Brown

At Brookline High School, Tyler Wooley-Brown integrates critical thinking skills, inquiry-based investigations, and  scientific reasoning into each of his physics classes. He also works to [...]


Erin Dahlstrom

Erin Dahlstrom received her doctorate degree from Harvard University in 2018. Her research used C. elegans to study how cells respond to stress, such as high temperature. Her hope is that by [...]


Kaitlin Dinet

As a student at Williams College, Kaitlin Dinet discovered her love of the complex world of living things and decided that she wanted to share this with other students as a teacher. After [...]


Mara Laslo

At the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology, Mara Laslo studies the evolution of endocrine systems and life cycles in frogs. Her dissertation investigates how a frog could skip the tadpole [...]


David Mangus

David Mangus is a molecular biologist and former research scientist whose work focused on understanding how Baker’s yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, regulate their genes. He currently leads the [...]


Rebecca Clements

Rebecca Clements studies parasites, in particular the parasites that cause malaria, Plasmodium falciparum. She is currently a graduate student at Harvard University where she is researching the [...]


The Momentum of Swimming Dolphins

How do you design a robot that can swim efficiently under water? Scientists are studying the physics behind dolphin movement for the answer! (And if you're wondering why scientists are [...]

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