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Mark September 2 & 3 for our Annual Microbiology Virtual Event

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Microbiology is the study of microscopic organisms, including those that are unicellular (single cell), multicellular (cell colony), or acellular (lacking cells). Although we’ve learned much about the field of microbiology, some continue to suggest that we’ve only studied roughly 1% of all the microbes in any given environment. We at LabRoots are hosting our annual Microbiology Virtual Event for researchers, industry experts and those interested in the topic to come learn and discuss various topics within the field of Microbiology. The event takes place on September 2 & September 3 this year and the topics for this year’s conference include the following:

  • Next Generation Sequencing Applications for Microbial Ecology
  • Global Regulatory Pressure on Product Preservation
  • Biofilms
  • Emerging Infections
  • Microbiomes

As usual, we’ll be bringing the community together to online through live video webcasts and real-time virtual networking. Our current list of speakers includes the following based on the respective tracks:

Biofilms

  • Mark Fornalik, MS
  • Phil Stewart, PhD

Emerging Infections

  • Rodney Arcenas, PhD, D(ABMM)
  • Lance R. Peterson, PhD
  • Sonia Shah

Global Regulatory Pressure on Product Preservation

  • Steven F. Schnittger
  • Tony Rook, MS
  • Phillip A. Gels, PhD

If you want to register for the event or check out the schedule, you can do so at the Microbiology Virtual Event page.

As per the usual, conference participants will be able to do the following:

  • Attend interactive live streaming video sessions
  • Have their questions answered in real-time by industry experts
  • Chat live with peers and speakers
  • Browse a virtual exhibit floor for solution providers
  • Earn free CME and CE continuing education credits

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to reach out to us on social media! (Facebook) (Twitter)

akshay.masand@labroots.com
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