Wed, 2015-09-09 (All day)
MLBS ArtLab sound artist Stephen Vitiello and biologist Kasey Fowler-Finn make local news.
Thu, 2015-09-03 (All day)
Internationally renowned sound artist Stephen Vitiello premieres a new installation based on unique insect recordings and micro sounds of the forest captured at Mountain Lake Biological Station in Pembroke, Virginia. Using a specialized laser recording device, Vitiello collaborated with evolutionary biologist Kasey Fowler-Finn to capture the sounds of insect movement on the stems and leaves of plants.
Fri, 2015-08-14 (All day)
Sat, 2015-07-18 (All day)
Wed, 2015-04-08 (All day)
Tue, 2015-03-17 (All day)
On Friday, Feb. 13, Biology students, faculty, and staff gathered in celebration of Charles Darwin’s 206th Birthday, sponsored by the UVa Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Group. A poster session highlighting current evolution-related research in the department was followed by a birthday celebration complete with cake and a Darwin costume contest!
Wed, 2015-02-11 (All day)
The University of Virginia’s Mountain Lake Biological Station (MLBS) in the southern Appalachians is excited to offer a limited number of fellowships to support station and residency costs for researchers to explore new projects or collect preliminary data. This is a rare opportunity to make an extended stay of up to 2 months at one of North America’s premier field stations at no cost to the researcher. Preference will be given to individuals and projects with the potential to develop into long-term research activities at the Station.
Mon, 2015-02-09 (All day)
The Ostrowski lab at the University of Houston is looking for an undergraduate research assistant to collect and ship soil samples to Houston from our field site at the Mountain Lake Biological Station (MLBS) in Pembroke, VA. Our field sites consist of approximately 100 marked sites where we collect and isolate slime molds, and we require only a small soil sample (<1 g) from each site, shipped overnight via Fedex. Most sites are on MLBS property and can be easily accessed within a short walk from the center of the station.
Mon, 2015-02-09 (All day)
Mountain Lake Biological Station (University of Virginia) is pleased to announce its summer program of field-based undergraduate and graduate-level credit courses offered by nationally recruited faculty, and its NSF REU undergraduate research internship program, now in its 23nd year. Work at MLBS focuses on field-based ecology, evolution, physiology, and behavior. Located in the southern Appalachians. Learn more about the programs and apply on-line:
Tue, 2015-02-03 (All day)
The Mountain Lake Biological Station, which is located in Pembroke, Virginia, a half hour drive from Blacksburg, Virginia, is accepting applications for full-time, seasonal Assistants to the Station Manager beginning May 2015 through August 2015. The Assistant to the Station Manager provides administrative, financial, and general operational support for the Station Manager, faculty, researchers, students, and staff residents.
Thu, 2015-01-08 (All day)
We are thrilled to announce the 23rd year of our National Science Foundation funded Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program. Applications to participate in the 2015 program are being accepted now. Join undergraduates from around the country for a unique 10-week learning and living research experience in the southern Appalachians. Students conduct independent research in field ecology, evolution, behavior and physiology under the supervision of Station scientists.
Fri, 2014-12-19 (All day)
Tue, 2014-12-16 (All day)
Wed, 2014-12-10 (All day)
MLBS has some funds to help cover costs of doing research for graduate students and others starting out at the Station. If you wish to be considered for one of these awards please provide a brief budget (e.g. station fees and research expenses) and information on any other current or pending support as part of your research application (mlbs.org/resapp). Review of applications for support begins March 15.
Mon, 2014-10-20 (All day)
Some believe it could become for environmental science what the Super Collider was for physics. Its name, N.E.O.N, stands for the National Ecological Observatory Network. It is a network that will collect massive amounts of scientific data about changes in ecology taking place all across the United States. And in this new future of super science, Virginia will play a key role.