PLANET MICROBES: ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY DISCUSSION GROUP!


Microbes are the invisible engines that keep the planet running. They were the first lifeforms to arise on early Earth 3.5 billion years ago, and they’ll likely exist long after we’re gone…but it’s here and now we’re interested in. How do microbes influence our climate, and how are they responding to climate change? Join ocean microbiologist Kyle Frischkorn, Ph.D. for an informal discussion of environmental microbiology research that’s hot off the press.

This monthly discussion will be centered around a recently published scientific article that delves into environmental microbiology, with a special emphasis on the changing climate. Participants of all backgrounds and experiences are welcome to join the conversation. RSVP via Eventbrite to receive the scientific papers we’ll discuss 48 hours before the event.

This is a free event, but donations are encouraged!

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