AP biology students complete “You are What You Eat” macromolecules lab
Home AP biology students complete… August 27, 2018 On Friday, August 24, students in Mrs. Emily Cloud’s Advanced Placement Biology Class conducted a lab using indicator solutions to test for biological macromolecules (complex and simple carbs, fats, and proteins) found in food Students were provided a mystery “food mush slurry” that included a fast food chain hamburger, french fries and Sprite. These ingredients were chosen as…
How edge computing transformed marine biology research at Oregon State University
The Hatfield Marine Science Center used AWS Snowball Edge to revolutionize the collection of oceanic and coastal data.
What the U.S. Marine Corps taught a female officer about leading
Serving in an organization that is 94 per cent men provides some valuable insight into leadership
New Trier automotive students hoping for top prize in national contest
New Trier automotive students got feedback from celebrity judge and Nascar driver Paul Menard as part of a national auto class contest by Quaker State.
A former US Marine outlines how to earn people's trust, in 4 steps
Former US Marine Angie Morgan, co-author of "Spark," outlines the best ways to establish credibility among your coworkers.
US Marine Creates Amazing Combat Scenes With Star Wars Action Figures
With the combat perspective of a Marine infantryman, Matthew Callahan presents Star Wars as you’ve never seen it before.
What is a marine national monument?
Similar to national marine sanctuaries, marine national monuments are designated to protect areas of the marine environment.
Marine to Flint Hill grads: Think, plan, learn in life
U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Andrew Mills offered wisdom to Flint Hill School’s Class of 2015 during June 12 commencement ceremonies, but only after acknowledging the cautionary tale of Socrates.
The 10 Best Colleges for Marine Biology
The perfect school helps you become the marine scientist you’ve always dreamt of becoming. Check out the 10 best colleges for marine biology majors.
A Marine’s Lessons in Leadership: Incentive Magazine
How your thinking is shaped comes from your mentors, corporate culture, experience, and training.
March 10 MVPC Worship Playlist, a playlist by Marine View on Spotify
A playlist featuring Hank Williams, Israel Houghton, Matt Redman, and others
How marine biology inspired Soft Robotics’ industrial grippers
On Valentine's Day at Soft Robotics a staff member places heart-shaped marshmallow Peeps on a conveyor belt. A mechanical arm snatches them up, one by one,..
Online Course: Marine Biology 101
In this course, you will learn about life in the ocean depths, at the Polar extremes, in coral reefs, estuaries, and in the open sea. You will learn about plants large and small, marine birds, reptiles, invertebrates and fish. You will learn how all these organisms connect with each other in the marine biome, and what threats are facing these ecosystems.
Celebrating what God has undone
Ever wish life had an 'undo' button? Discover the power and hope of Easter through a series focused on what God has 'undone' for us through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. If you haven't been to worship at Marine View recently, please take note of the morning worship sche
Ithaca students learn advanced biology research
Six Ithaca area high school students spent six weeks this summer doing cutting edge biology research at the Boyce Thompson Institute in Ithaca.
How Science 101 Sparked Sheldon Saccoman’s Interest in Biology and Chemistry
When Sheldon Saccoman came to Hillsdale, he had no idea that exploring the core curriculum would lead him to a biology and chemistry double major.
CofC Among Nation’s Top Values For Marine Biology Bachelor’s Degree
Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 When it comes to the best values for a bachelor’s degree in marine biology, the College of Charleston has floated up to the top The College’s marine biology bachelor’s degree program was named the No. 19 best value in the country, according to College Values Online. The site ranked the top 20 marine biology programs across the country based on tuition, percentage of students receiving financial aid and “wow” factor among other criteria. CofC earned high marks for its…
How a Toledo pianist became a U.S. Marine bassoonist
Sgt. Nathan R. Gembreska, a bassoonist with the III Marine Expeditionary Force Band, started playing the piano as a child. Seventeen years after deciding to take lessons, he finds himself in the Marine Corps Band as a bassoonist.
Service-Based Leadership Lessons from the U.S. Marines
If managers want to get the most out of every team member, they can adopt many of the Marine Corps’s service-based leadership practices.
How a marine heatwave generated as much CO2 as 1.6m cars
Researchers say the loss of seagrass during an ocean heatwave off WA's coast seven years ago released as much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere as the yearly output of two coal-fired power plants.