SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT: Extremophile Research--Theory and Techniques

Harold Schreier Schreier at umbi.umd.edu
Mon Apr 8 20:53:05 EST 2002


SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT:  Extremophile Research--Theory and Techniques

The American Type Culture Collection, in collaboration with the National
Science Foundation, George Mason University and the University of
Maryland's Center of Marine Biotechnology, is sponsoring the sixth
annual "Extremophile Research: Theory and Techniques" symposium and
workshop.  To be held July 22-25, 2002, at the Columbus Center in
Baltimore, MD,  this course provides introductory and intermediate level
instruction in extremophile laboratory techniques, including growth,
biochemistry and genetics, concentrating on the methanogenic,
(hyper)thermophilic and halophilic Archaea.

For information about the course and for a listing of symposium and
workshop schedules please visit
http://www.ib3.gmu.edu/educate/extreme/extremo.html.

A few stipends to help cover tutition costs (made possible by a grant
from the National Science Foundation) are still available for graduate
students, postdoctoral fellows and faculty from small colleges and universities.

Please direct requests for information to Ms. Glenda Wilson
(gwilson1 at gmu.edu) or myself.

Thank you.

Sincerely,

Harold J. Schreier
Associate Professor
Center of Marine Biotechnology
University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute
701 E. Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD  21202
Voice: 410-234-8874
FAX:  410-234-8896
e-mail:  Schreier at umbi.umd.edu




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