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Congratulations to Val Perini for successfully defending her Master’s thesis!

The Bracken Lab represented the Marine Science Center and Northeastern University at Biodiversity Day at the Museum of Science.

Our finding that the invasive seaweed Heterosiphonia japonica has spread to Maine was covered on Maine Public Broadcasting (MPBN); featured in Scientific AmericanThe Working Waterfront, the Bangor Daily News, the Boston Globe, the Chicago Tribune, the Portland Press Herald, the Taiwan Daily, and Taiwan’s Liberty Times; and distributed by the Reuters News Agency and Associated Press.

Our work on Heterosiphonia in Massachusetts and Rhode Island was featured in the Boston Globe, the Gloucester Times, the Old Colony Memorial, and the Providence Journal and on WGBH TV.

Check out graduate research and musings from the Marine Science Center, including contributions from Bracken Lab students Kylla Benes and Val Perini, at the College of Science Graduate Research Blog.

See the discussion of the 2012 WWF Living Planet Report at News@Northeastern.

Bracken & Low (2012) has been featured in Nature Climate Change and covered by PhysOrg.com and News@Northeastern.

Aquilino et al. (2009) was selected by the editors of Limnology and Oceanography for inclusion in ASLO’s Limnology & Oceanography Bulletin as a “Featured Article” due to our novel finding that nitrogen regeneration could drive primary production on wave-swept shores.

Bracken et al. (2008), Stachowicz et al. (2008), and Altieri et al. (2009) were highlighted in a NatureNews Feature” on incorporating realism into biodiversity-ecosystem function research.

Bracken et al. (2008) was featured in a Trends in Ecology and EvolutionResearch Focus” article.

Bracken et al. (2008) was featured on the “Editors’ Choice” page in Science.

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