training courses

David Brayford (B&B-BMB) D.BRAYFORD at CABI.ORG
Wed Aug 4 13:04:26 EST 1999


Hiya Fellow Mycophiles

There are places still available on two fungal training courses here in UK
for those who may be interested (see below).  Please contact Stephanie at
s.groundwater at cabi.org for more details.  These courses are aimed at
mycologists working in the food industry, 'shroom' production or other
research labs, etc.

Best wishes,

Dave Brayford
CABI Bioscience
Egham, UK

Identification of Aspergillus and Penicillium species 

                    Course Dates: 12 - 14 October 1999 

                    This course is designed for those working in the
pharmaceutical, food technology, mycotoxin
                    research, stored products and medical and veterinary
fields who wish to gain expertise in the
                    identification of the species of these two economically
important genera of fungi. 


Culture Preservation Techniques for Bacteria and Filamentous Fungi 

                    Course Dates: 8 - 10 November 1999 

                    This course will be of interest to microbiology
technicians, laboratory managers and others
                    needing to maintain fungal or bacterial isolates. There
will be opportunities to see and work in the
                    Genetic Resources Collection which is one of the largest
service collections of filamentous fungi,
                    bacteria and yeasts in the world. 




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