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BOZEMAN – John McCutcheon, an assistant professor of biology from the University of Montana, will visit Bozeman on Tuesday to kick off a semester of weekly talks hosted by Montana State University’s Department of Microbiology and Immunology.
The hour-long Tuesday seminars, which will take at 4 p.m. in Room 125 of Linfield Hall, will introduce topics relevant to the wide array of microbiology and immunology research going on in the department, which was created with the recent merger of two departments – microbiology and immunology and infectious diseases. Department of Microbiology and Immunology offices are in Lewis Hall.
The newly merged department brings MSU scientists together to pursue the future challenges in these diverse disciplines. Seminar speakers come from MSU and beyond, but all are internationally recognized for their accomplishments in health and environmental sciences.
McCutcheon, whose lab in the UM Division of Biological Sciences is focused on microbial genomics and symbiosis, will give a talk entitled “Extreme Genome Reduction in Insect Endosymbionts: Walking the Line Between Bacteria and Organelles.”
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Yesterday, I gave my first research seminar presentation at the University of Aberystwyth, after delivering a very similar one at the University of Derby the day before. I was very pleased to have a big audience at both institutions, thanks to all who came, and thanks for the insightful questions!
The seminar introduced the topic of supraglacial microbiology, with a focus upon my own research into cryoconite communities and surficial algae. I thought I would summarise for To the Poles, particularly because this could provide useful notes for my Earth Surface Processes and Physical Geo of the Human Realm students. Here it is:
Life in the Cryosphere:
For many years, the cryosphere has been considered to be inert and lifeless. There is a classic cartoon which depicts Antarctic biodiversity as two lonely looking penguins, labelled ‘a penguin’ and ‘another penguin’! Studies as recent as Pyne (1986) have claimed that the Antarctic cryo-ecosphere (total biomass on terrestrial ice) is non-existant; however, studies in the past few decades have shown this to be a fallacy. Glaciers and ice sheets do not just represent a viable biome, they represent a diverse and very active one!...
Friday, March 8. 12:20 p.m. – Tech Life Science Seminar (Virginia Bioinformatics Institute): Dr. Rasika Harshey, professor of molecular genetics and microbiology at the University of Texas Austin, will be discussing the topic of Salmonella. Admission
KARACHI: Department of Microbiology, Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology (FUUAST), Gulshan Campus, in collaboration with Dimension Research and Microbiology Association of Pakistan on Thursday organised a seminar on topic:
For the general talk session, Evans will give an overview on the topic of exercise mimetic drugs, including what they are and how they can improve human health as well as how microbiology is used to treat obesity and illnesses related to infrequent