(A Novice's Guide to Research Techniques Used in Microbiology)
Left; Rendering of a lymphocyte from Department of Microbiology and Immunology, East Carolina University School of Medicine, Middle; Culture plate, Right; Cryo Electron Micrograph (created in Jack Johnson's lab at Scripps Institute) of a thermal virus discovered in Yellowstone by this web page author, Montana State University.
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- Read science news and research articles.
- Understand science seminars outside of your discipline.
- Talk intelligently to colleagues across campus.
- Design and implement research projects employing new techniques.
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Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) rosette profiling package is used to collect discrete water samples at specific depths throughout the water column
Image of Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, in the winter.(image from Bruce Fouke's lab)
Circular 17Kb genome of the STIV thermal virus with promoter regions marked. (figure by George Rice, Montana State University)
Scanning electron micrograph of Tardigrada, or water bear. Image Credit: Rick Gillis and Roger J. Haro Department of Biology University of Wisconsin - La Crosse.
Image of Angel Terrace at Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park.(image from Bruce Fouke's lab)