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ICY15 meets ICYGMB30 Jul 30
Proud to announce that ICY15 has teamed up with ICYGMB30 to organise a joint conference on yeast - from fundamentals to applications in biotechnology, food and beverage technology - ALL ABOUT YEAST IN LESS THAN A WEEK!
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Brian Gibson 17h
Our work on brewing with Saccharomyces paradoxus
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Nathan Lyon Aug 1
I am so lucky. My neighbor just texted me with an invitation to indulge in glazes and sprinkles. He is a god. Together, with the help of fresh pastries, we’ll all get through this.
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Splashteam Jul 30
Succeeding missions can lead to collateral damages...
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Dean Mosdell Jul 31
Nothing like bottle beer.. extra floating around. Bottled this batch in March. My pale ale.
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Matthew D Vandermeulen Jul 29
Check out my recent lab note with massive science if you haven’t yet! It’s on the wonderful natural history of the model organism baker’s (Saccharomyces cerivisiae).
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Professor Mark Osborn 30m
Designer ! - this is very clever indeed: Genetic circuit design automation in the Saccharomyces cerevisiae. New research in on:
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What You Brewing Aug 1
Thank you it’s finally the weekend!! Grain will be mashed, hops will be boiled, yeast will be pitched and bottles might even be filled 😍 What is everyone brewing or bottling this weekend!?
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UC Davis Continuing and Professional Education Jul 31
is made from four main ingredients: water, , and . But malt is perhaps the most important. Here's why:
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Truman Lab Jul 29
Beat me to it! Congratulations to my awesome lab neighbor Richard Chi on his new NSF funding! Very well deserved! Super excited to see the data that comes from this. Keep your eyes out for a related postdoc job advert in the next few week!
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FEMS Jul 31
Drug-resistant pathogenic yeast are becoming an urgent threat. calls for awareness that our environment can represent an alternative reservoir for several opportunistic human fungal pathogens.
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Anthem Biosciences 17h
We're ! Anthem is looking for a Scientist/Sr.Scientist for strain development in yeast molecular biology for biologic/biosimilar products. Read more here:
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McGill Office for Science and Society Jul 29
Its catapult to popularity may have been triggered by the pandemic-induced shortages, but even months later, when instant yeast is once again available at most grocery stores, sourdough’s contemporary stardom is barely starting to fade.
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Micropia Jul 27
A microbe that helps us to produce all kinds of foods and beverages: yeast. But nowadays we can do even more with yeast than just making tasty food or drinks. Read our article at to get to know yeast a litte better.
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Michiyo Aug 1
Happy started from raisins. I will bake bread with it tomorrow💕 I prepared with dry figs as well but they are not ready yet.
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Coniston Brewing Co®🍺 Aug 2
Busy weekend looking after these three brews @ Coniston, Cumbria
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Alexis Jones Aug 1
Took the first crop from my this morning. Some tropical notes from this but massive amounts of red . Can’t wait for the finished . Tastes great already.
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CCN & CSN Jul 29
, and were but a few of the top-of-mind goods hoarded by Canadians at the outset of the pandemic. In more recent weeks, however, another shortage has come to light.
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stephen 22h
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Cryer Malt Jul 27
AB Biotek's, Pinnacle Distillers Yeast (M) is an active dry yeast well-suited for use in malt-based fermentations. It can be used in a variety of malt mashes and withstand a wide range of starting fermentation temperatures.
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