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UMN CBS 10h
Oak wilt is spreading rapidly in Minnesota and other states. Jeannine Cavender-Bares and colleagues are deploying drones, planes and satellites to identify infections in oak stands, trees, and even individual leaves in a bid to develop strategies for early detection.
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UMN CBS 10h
Beginning in the 1920s and lasting several decades, the USSR attempted to eradicate plague without success. Susan Jones, Marlene Zuk and colleagues explore this little known history and its implications.
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UMN CBS Jun 25
New studies from the lab looks at how cutting off bacteria's ability to communicate could point to an antibiotic-free route to controlling infections.
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UMN CBS Jun 21
Congrats Arush!
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Itasca Bio Station & Labs Jun 21
Snapper season. You ready ?
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Itasca Bio Station & Labs Jun 20
Lots of fun during our new Science in Nature series at Itasca State Park. Anthony Schmitt, a PhD student in Plant and Microbial Biology, led a program on Sweet Science: Plants, Pollinators, and Nectar!
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Ran Blekhman Jun 14
Congratulations to for being named 2019 Pew Biomedical Scholar!
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UMN CBS Jun 14
Congrats to Frank Albert for being named a Pew Biomedical Scholar!
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Kate Feller Jun 14
The 12-spotted skimmer, Libellula pulchella, "spotted" outside of Itasca state park
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Sean Ehlman Jun 12
Had a great time sampling for zooplankton around Itasca State Park and the headwaters of the Mississippi last week. Besides that bazillion zoops that we caught, saw loads of other cute creatures. Summer is finally happening in northern Minnesota!
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CBS Postdoc Committee Jun 11
Join us this Friday June 14 from 9.30 to 10.30 am for our last Postdoc Morning of the semester. You will find us on East Bank (NHH, Atrium) and on Campus ( Building, Room 100).
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UMN Mycology Club Jun 10
Join us this Wednesday (06/12/2019, 4-8pm) at the Nokomis with ( ). We will display , observe specimens under a , do some stamping using some hymenial structures. 👉
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Lesley Knoll Jun 10
Getting ready for some phytoplankton experiments ! Here is EEB undergrad Ben Fry prepping for a trial run.
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University of Minnesota Jun 9
We are of the two 2019 Astronaut Scholars that are students from & who have been awarded scholarships for the 2019-20 academic year by the
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Jonathan Schilling Jun 8
That’s a wrap for PMB 3812 and 5812 Field Mycology ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ What a great class! Co-taught by UofM & Field Museum instructors, I learned TONS in 3 weeks...wow. Watch for this class next year, May.
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Jon Ruzek Jun 7
JOB POST: Two openings for Career Counselor positions within the College of Biological Sciences, University of Minnesota (job ID 330908). They are seeking a Career Counselor and potentially a Senior Career Counselor.
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UMN CBS Jun 7
Congratulations Dr. Thompson!
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UMN CBS Jun 7
Congratulations Dr. Thompson!
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UMN CBS Jun 7
A new paper on the challenges of big data in education research, by Cissy Ballen, former post-doc in the lab, now a faculty member at Auburn University. "With Big Data Comes Big Responsibilities for Science Equity Research"
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Katie Greenham Jan 24
Are you: -looking for a postdoc -intrigued by how plants tell time -computationally savvy and longing for data -a self-motivated team player If you answered yes, contact me for a postdoc in Minnesota. We're waiting for you! More info here:
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