Fish Fry Day: Biology and Neutrons Collide to Unlock Secrets of Fish Ear Bones

by Sean Simoneau, Oak Ridge National Laboratory simoneausm@ornl.gov December 20, 2016—Scientific discovery can come from anywhere, but few researchers can say the answers to their questions would come from the pea-sized bones in the head of a six-foot-long, 200-pound prehistoric Read More …

Field Samples: Fish Earbones Tell Story of Kingston Coal Ash Spill

In this addition of our weekly Q&A asking researchers what they’ve been up to and what they’ve learned, Brenda Pracheil, a former CFL post doc and current research at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, talks fish earbones, coal ash, and Read More …

Tracking Northern Pike in Green Bay

CFL grad student, Dan Oele, is trying to see if pike return to their “birthplace” to spawn or if any ol’ tributary will do. Thanks to funding from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, Oele is out in Green Bay working Read More …