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Over at Nothing In Biology Makes Sense! I wrote about a recent paper that analyzed the biogeography of skin microbiota. If you’re interested in your body as a conglomerate of unique ecosystems and want to know more – go check … Continue reading
Data Rights & Data Wrongs A workshop organized by Innovating Communication in Scholarship (ICIS) University of California, Davis Date & Time: December 10, 2014 from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Location: MPR, Student Community Center, UC Davis Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/data-rights-data-wrongs-tickets-14079810091 Full … Continue reading
Got this by email: Dear Colleagues, The Division of Mathematical Sciences (DMS), within the Directorate for Mathematical and Physical Sciences, National Science Foundation (NSF), announces a nationwide search for mathematical sciences professionals to fill Program Director positions. Formal consideration of … Continue reading
At #UCDavis today: Semi-Conductor Sequencing on the Ion Torrent Platform – 12:30 Vet Med 3B room 1105
DEPARTMENT OF EVOLUTION AND ECOLOGY TEACHING POSITION AVAILABLE WINTER & SPRING 2015 (Jan. 2, 2015 through Jun. 12, 2015) LECTURER Experimental Ecology and Evolution in the Field EVE/ENT 180A (Winter) and EVE/ENT 180B (Spring) Responsibilities: A 100% position teaching EVE/ENT … Continue reading
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor, Population Genetics and Computational Biology The Biology program within the Division of Science and Environmental Policy at California State University, Monterey Bay seeks a population geneticist with strong computational biology skills to fill a tenure track … Continue reading
I found myself writing this email to some collaborators, but halfway through realized that it’d be nice to get EVERYBODY’s input. Probably, one of you is going to review my next paper, so how awesome would it be for you … Continue reading
Just got this from the Moore Foundation .. Dear colleague, The MMI team would like to apprise you of the following meeting on microscale ocean processes. Please share with potentially interested colleagues; the application deadline is quickly approaching — October … Continue reading
“Are you going to church before your oral exam?”. That was the question I’d asked my friend jokingly when I saw her dressed in a funny looking attire, which I can only describe as a floral print, beige colored, raincoat. … Continue reading
MIC 291: Selected Topics in Microbiology Work-in-Progress Seminars Dr. Michi Taga (UC Berkeley) "Corrinoids in Communities: Nutrient Sharing in the Microbial World" Wednesday, October 1, 2014 4:10 pm 1022 Life Sciences Taga 10-01-14.doc