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Laura Perilla-Henao Exit Seminar

“Ecology, genetics, and genomics of biological nitrogen fixation in the wild: Cicer spp. symbiosis with esorhizobium spp. as a source for useful alleles in agriculture”

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Storer Lecture - Patrick Keeling - Day 1 - September 27th, 2023

Patrick Keeling is a professor at the University of British Columbia whose research focuses on microbial diversity and evolution. His lab studies the tree of eukaryotes, protist diversity, and the…

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Dr. Irene Newton - Friends with benefits: protective microbial symbiosis in the honey bee

"The most important agricultural insect, the honey bee, houses multiple bacterial symbionts that provide distinct benefits under environmental stress. Our lab has been at the forefront of…

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VEN290 S2023 - The Links Between Vineyard Site, Microbiota, and Fermentation Outcomes by Melissa Peabody

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Paola Reyes Caldas' Exit Seminar 3/6/2023

"Identifying and characterizing effectors from the vector-borne emergent pathogen Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum"

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John Squire 2022 WAC - Can a Second Nitrogen Fixing Bacteria Add Value to Alfalfa?

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Stacey Swanson 2022 WAC - Corteva Crop Protection Tools for Alfalfa

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The remarkable discovery of microbial life

In 1674, Antonie van Leeuwenhoek looked at a drop of lake water through his homemade microscope and discovered an invisible world that no one knew existed. His work inspired countless microbiology…

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CAMPOS Research Colloquium - Esteban Soto - November 2, 2022

Formal Presentation from minute 0 to 52:52, followed by Q&A and informal discussion. Speaker: Esteban Soto, Professor, Department of Medicine and Epidemiology, School of Veterinary Medicine,…

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How Giant Tube Worms Survive at Hydrothermal Vents

This short video explores the symbiotic relationship between giant tube worms and species of chemosynthetic bacteria. In 1977, scientists discovered a diverse community of organisms inhabiting…

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Lecture 2-2-2022

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2021 Matsumura and Alexeeff Memorial Fellowships Award Ceremony

The Department of Environmental Toxicology held a ceremony on Dec. 14, 2021 to honor the memories of two distinguished members of our faculty -- Professor Fumio Matsumura and Dr. George Alexeeff. The…

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Savor: Our First Superfood and the Infant Microbiome

On October 27, 2021, Jennifer Smilowitz, Bruce German, and Katie Hinde came together for a fast-paced presentation delving into the amazing world of human breastmilk and how it not only nourishes the…

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