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A blue and an orange microbe as seen microscopically on white background.
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Blue and orange microbes Soil is a complex ecosystem with diverse microenvironments ranging from bulk soil with low quality substrates...
Aerial view of Alaska burning.
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In Alaska: Too Many Fires, Not Enough Snow Alaska burning, Copyright The Atlantic Magazine "Normally a cold winter would help...
Green microscopic microbes, both tubular and round.
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Microscopic microbes When new carbon enters soil, especially carbon that is easily assimilated and decomposed by soil microorganisms, a chain...
Japanese beetle (Popilia japonica) on green blade of grass with white background.
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We’ve got your number: Tracing the source of invasive Japanese beetles March 9, 2016 Sonya Daw news.nau.edu Japanese beetle (Popilia...
Virus bacteria cells as seen in a three-dimensional microscopic rendering.
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Ecoss studies the microbial communities of the human body and the implications for disease including STDs and HIV, as well...
Quality control expert Inspecting chicken meat specimen in the laboratory
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We study antibiotic resistance in human pathogens, genetic sampling of meat for antibiotic resistance, methods to develop a molecular database...
The sun as seen through a camera.
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Heat waves in Arizona: Do microbial symbionts buffer the effects of heat waves?
Field site in Antarctica with a crate in the foreground and steep mountains in background.
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We study soil microbial communities in Antarctica, microbes in hot spring ecosystems in Tengchong, China, methane production at Axel Heiberg...
Watercolor of Prague
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Bruce Hungate, Director of Ecoss gave the keynote address to the Goldschmidt Conference in Prague this week for the session,...
rachel rubin with plant samples
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The "Multiple Dimensions of Bioscience" Travel Award supported Rachel Rubin's travel to Evolution 2015, the joint annual meeting of the...
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