Karen Lloyd [ 29 JUL 2019 | Microbiology ] It may seem like we’re all standing on solid earth right now, but we’re not. The rocks and the dirt underneath us are crisscrossed by tiny little fractures and empty spaces.
Alanna Collen [ 13 NOV 2018 | Obesity Epidemic | 12:51 ] We all know why people get fat, don’t we? It’s because they eat too much and they move too little. It’s because they eat the wrong foods.
Rob Knight [ 6 MAR 2017 | Obesity Epidemic | 56:09 ] explores the unseen microbial world that exists literally right under our noses — and everywhere else on (and in) our bodies. He discusses the important influence the microbiome
Ivor Tymchak [ 6 MAR 2017 | Storytelling | 5:42 ] You often see this legend “Knowledge is Power” above library doorways and such like. But it’s not true. Knowledge is not power. The application of knowledge is power.
Rob Knight [ 23 FEB 2015 | Obesity Epidemic | 17:28 ] We humans have always been very concerned about the health of our bodies, but we haven’t always been that good at figuring out what’s important. Take the ancient
Lance Price [ 11 MAR 2014 | Food Security | 13:04 ] I think you’ll see from my talk that Andrew Gunther and I share a mutual respect and perhaps love and maybe some similar slides actually. I was born
Bonnie Bassler [ 9 FEB 2013 | Microbiology ]
Bonnie Bassler [ 7 APR 2009 | Microbiology ] Bacteria are the oldest living organisms on the earth. They’ve been here for billions of years, and what they are are single-celled microscopic organisms. So they are one cell and they