25 10, 2016

What A Year! for middle and high school students and teachers

What A Year!¬†explains a biomedical research breakthrough each month of the school year and gives some information about the people behind it. You can learn what’s going on in your scientific back yard, and to dig a lot deeper if you want.

Right now, someone is […]

13 09, 2016

Dana-Farber’s William Kaelin, Jr. wins 2016 Lasker Award for Basic Medical Research

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The 2016 Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Award honors three physician-scientists for their discovery of the pathway by which cells from human and most animals sense and adapt to changes in oxygen availability, a process that is essential for survival. Scientists had long appreciated that […]

26 06, 2016

MSMR’s 25th Annual Student Competition Winners

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MSMR’s 25th Annual Student Competition

January 5 – May 9, 2016

Reflecting What A Year! A Year of Science Discoveries

A Student Essay, Poster or Webpage Competition !

Our winners were announced and awarded at the MSMR Annual Meeting of […]

8 04, 2016

The 2016 Annual Meeting of Members

The 2016 Annual Meeting of Members will feature our Business Meeting in the morning followed by our Luncheon, Awards and Keynote.

Dr BhatiaThe Special Honoree this year is Dr. Sangeeta Bhatia of MIT. 

Sangeeta N. Bhatia, MD, Ph., is a biological engineer and professor at the Massachusetts […]

9 12, 2015

Special On-Line Training for IACUC Members

IACUCTrainingCoverPage_000MSMR offers our exclusive On-LineTraining Program for IACUC Members, with a special focus on Community (Non-affiliated) Members. Study in the comfort of your own home.

This is a 6-week semi-self-paced course with live instructor office hours and weekly homework.

Registration for the January 2016 session is now open. […]

9 12, 2015

What A Year! Science that’s happening now!

mineexplosionWhat A Year! spends every day reading through scientific journals, conference programs and science websites to find the best breakthroughs on which to report.

Science is Everywhere!

Want to learn about a nano-tattoo that may someday replace repeated finger sticks for people with diabetes? Or why hibernating bears […]

8 12, 2015

APS Life Sciences Teaching Resource

lifesci-highresMSMR is a Partner in the APS Life Sciences Teaching Resource Community. There are thousands of teaching resources for K – 16, grad school and medical school, ranging from individual images to entire syllabi. All are peer reviewed.

8 12, 2015

World Veterinary Assocation

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The World Continuing Education Alliance (WCEA) is pleased to announce the launch of the World Veterinary Association (WVA) Education Network. The WVA network is the largest educational resource ever compiled for veterinary professionals. Leading experts from around the world, including faculty from top veterinary schools, […]

8 12, 2015

Two good new materials from FBR

The colleagues at Foundation for Biomedical Research have just released the updated versions of two of their best educational materials – Fact vs Myth: The essential need for animals in biomedical research and Proud Achievements of Animal Research. You can download and print them out.