Recycling in Peru
Barbara Imperiali saw a guanaco during a hiking trip in Chile's Torres del Paine park.
Barbara Imperiali captured this series of photos as a whale shark approached her.
Barbara Imperiali takes the plunge.
Barbara Imperiali's hiking group, after reaching the end of the Inca trail.
The highest point of the Inca trail is ominously named the "Dead Woman's Pass."
Barbara Imperiali snapped this picture of a whale shark off the coast of Belize.
In conjunction with "Interested in science?" Beth Vogel explains how high school students can pursue their interest in science.
Beth Vogel explains why she chose to complete her graduate research in the Imperiali lab.
Barbara Imperiali talks about the nature of scientific collaborations.
Barbara Imperiali explains why she came back to MIT after teaching at Caltech.
Barbara Imperiali talks about her motivation for coming to MIT for graduate school.
Barbara Imperiali explains how she chooses what to research.
Barbara Imperiali offers advice to high school students interested in science.
Barbara Imperiali explains the Cell Migration Consortium and the role of chemists like herself.
This is in conjugation with "Involvement in the Cell Migration Consortium." Beth Vogel explains what the Consortium is and how she is involved with it.
Beth Vogel discusses her plans after completing her Ph.D.
Beth Vogel talks about how to troubleshoot experiments.
Barbara Imperiali walks through the challenges of the paxillin project and recounts a discussion that helped them to overcome a big hurdle.
Beth Vogel shares her reasons for studying synthetic chemistry.
Barbara Imperiali talks about the two classes that she teaches.
Barbara Imperiali discusses the advantage of using biomolecular caging over other techniques.
Beth Vogel describes their collaborations.
Barbara Imperiali discusses whether her lab is focused more on basic science or its applications.
This is in conjugation with "Why Paxillin?" Beth Vogel explains the biological importance of paxillin.
Beth Vogel discusses her interest in science and her undergraduate education in the liberal arts.
Beth Vogel describes the excitement of seeing the experiment work!
Beth Vogel relates the topics covered in high school biology to her work in the lab.
Beth Vogel talks about how long she has been involved with the paxillin project.
Barbara Imperiali explains her lab experience as an undergraduate.
Barbara Imperiali captures a video of a whale shark being friendly with her group.
Barbara Imperiali talks about how she does both teaching and research.
Barbara Imperiali describes her lifelong love of science.
Barbara Imperiali discusses the qualities of a good scientist.
Beth Vogel explains why she chose MIT for graduate school.
Barbara Imperiali discusses why they chose paxillin as their first target.