Wednesday, November 19, 2014

GeoBiology 2015 Summer workshop

Another grad student-oriented workshop sponsored by Agouron, NSF, Colorado School of Mines, California State University Fullerton, and the Center for Dark Energy Biosphere Investigations. Run by the USC Wrigley Institute.


The course website is here.
The Course Flier is available here.
The course application is available here.

Now entering it’s 12th year, the International GeoBiology Course is an intense, multidisciplinary summer course exploring the coevolution of the Earth and it's biosphere, with an emphasis on how microbial processes affect the environment and leave imprints on the rock record. Participants get hands-on experience in cutting-edge geobiological techniques including molecular biology, bioinformatics, geochemistry, petrology and sedimentology, and work in research groups to solve relevant questions.

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