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Science and Scientists on the Vineyard: Genes at play with CRISPR

Paul Levine, a resident of West Tisbury, former professor at Harvard, and visiting professor at Stanford University, writes occasionally about scientific research taking place today, along with profiles of the Island’s scientists and their...

Science and Scientists on the Vineyard

Paul Levine, a resident of West Tisbury who was a professor at Harvard and visiting professor at Stanford University, will contribute this occasional column devoted to scientific research taking place today, along with profiles...

Science and scientists of Martha’s Vineyard: Luanne Johnson and BiodiversityWorks

For this month’s column, I talked with Luanne Johnson, wildlife and field biologist and the director of Island-based BiodiversityWorks, an organization devoted to wildlife monitoring, research, and mentoring in field biology. How many of us...

Science and scientists on Martha’s Vineyard: Dick Burt

Retired Stanford professor and West Tisbury resident Paul Levine will contribute this regular column devoted to scientific research taking place today, along with profiles of the Island’s scientists and their work, and facts of...

Science and scientists of Martha’s Vineyard: Making sense of the new dietary guidelines

Before getting to this month’s “Science Notes,” there is something I want to add to the piece that I wrote in this column in December, about mimicry in nature and biomimicry: It is an...

Science and scientists on Martha’s Vineyard: Toxicologist Mark Hahn

Retired Stanford professor and West Tisbury resident Paul Levine will contribute this regular column devoted to scientific research taking place today, along with profiles of the Island’s scientists and their work, and facts of...