In April we will be touring ZymoGentics. For those of you that don’t know, ZymoGenetics is a biotech company that manufactures therapeutic recombinant proteins. Mark your calendars for this exciting event.
Wednesday April 29th 10-11:30 AM
Please RSVP to the event by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday April 10th to secure your spot on the tour. ZymoGenetics requires security checks on everyone who is attending so please don’t sign up unless you know for sure you will be able to attend at the specified time.
More information to come about transportation as the event gets closer.
Winter quarter is upon us. It’s going to be an exciting quarter for Microphiles, as we are launching our Public Outreach Program! We will be running an after-school microbiology club at a local elementary school. In addition, we’re having a cheese-making party. If all goes well, a cheese-eating party will follow.
Our first general meeting will be on Tuesday, January 6th, at 17:30 (5:30 pm) in PAA A214. General meetings are held every other Tuesday and are open to the public. The location changes depending on the needs of the particular meeting, so check the website for details. Better yet, sign up for our email list by sending an email to email@example.com
While many students take the summer off from school, Microphiles remains active throughout the year. If you are around for summer and would like to get involved in the organization, we would love to hear from you!
Today at 17:00 (5:00 pm), in Health Sciences Building room T-639 is the panel discussion: Journey to a Successful Career in Science. Come meet Microphiles members, enjoy free coffee, and hear some great stories and advice from working scientists to boot! Bring friends, both willing and unwilling; the more the merrier.
Microphiles is hosting a panel discussion next Monday, May 19th, in the Health Sciences Building, room T-639, at 17:00 The panelists will discuss their respective careers, how they were influenced by microbiology, and how current politics and public opinion influence their respective industries.
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