MWV Episode 66 - Curtis Suttle: Marine Virology

submitted by: MicrobeWorld
In MicrobeWorld Video episode 66 Dr. Stan Maloy talks with Curtis Suttle, Professor of Earth & Ocean Sciences, Microbiology & Immunology, and Botany, and Associate Dean of Science University of British Columbia. Dr. Suttle is one of the World's leading marine virologists, and is among a small group of researchers that is credited with launching the field of marine virology. Dr. Maloy talks with Dr. Suttle about the incredible diversity of the ocean's microscopic inhabitants that...

Aptamer Data from Base Pair Biotechnologies

submitted by: BasePairBio

Aptamers have until recently been tightly held by IP restrictions, Base Pair Biotechnologies Founder Bill Jackson presents information and data they have generated on aptmers in diverse assays such as biosensor and lateral flow. Presentation is from the American Society for Cell Biology meeting Dec 16, 2012

How Harvester Ant Colonies use Interaction Networks to Regulate Foraging

submitted by: icamvid

How Harvester Ant Colonies use Interaction Networks to Regulate Foraging by Deborah Gordon, Stanford University, USA
Soft Active Materials
May 18, 2009 – May 21, 2009
Syracuse University, New York

Environmental Engineer - Profiles of Scientists and Engineers

submitted by: nsf

What’s it really like to be an engineer or a scientist? What does an environmental engineer do all day? You’re about to find out! Meet the next generation of engineers and scientists in these profiles of young professionals, who may just inspire you to join them. Tamar Losleben shows us how environmental engineers research and plan the best ways to satisfy both human and environmental needs. Find out what it’s like to be an environmental engineer.

SWIB12- Linked Open Library Data in Practice

submitted by: SWIB

Linked Open Library Data in
Practice: Lessons Learned
and Opportunities for data.
Romain Wenz, Bibliothèque
nationale de France

The Nature Explorers South Mogollon Rim Part 11 of 11

submitted by: thenatureexplorers

With elevations ranging from 5000 feet with a Chihuahuan Desert ecosystem to mixed conifers at 9000 feet, the South Mogollon Rim is comprised of many diverse species of plants and animals from ducks to lizards.