AGS in burrow surrounded by blueberries. (Photo credit Oivind)
Is it time to hibernate yet? An inquisitive arctic ground squirrel wants to know. Photo credit Øivind Tøien, PhD
Kelly and HSW participants (Photo credit Oivind)
What’s so funny? Hibernation Science Workshop participants enjoy a good game of Cat’s Cradle on the tundra at Toolik Field Station. Photo credit Øivind Tøien, PhD
Hoshi conducting surgery (Photo credit, Robin Masterman, BLaST Scholar)
A vet technician for the HaMR Core performs a delicate procedure using a surgical microscope. Photo credit, Robin Masterman, BLaST Scholar
Student at NMR (Photo credit, Carl Murphy)
An organic chemistry undergraduate student uses the NMR to identify a product of a chemical reaction. Photo credit, Carl Murphy, PhD
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What's going on inside this animal's brain that allows it to survive like this? Photo credit Carla Frare, PhD.

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