Posts Tagged: microbiology

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How a simple aquarium can awake a passion for exploring the changes in coral reef microbiome: Q&A with PhD Candidate, Maite Ghazaleh Bucher

Photo courtesy of Nancy Evelyn The underwater world, even after so many years of exploring, still contains so many mysteries for scientists to explore. The full breadth of the diversity of animals, plants and microorganisms living under the ocean surface has not been fully discovered. Rapid environmental changes are destroying the opportunity to explore this… Read article →


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The time of lifestyle changes and wise decisions

This time of the year, as daylight grows shorter and holidays arrive, families and friends come together to celebrate. It’s a wonderful and magical time. It’s also a time to consider the year gone by. For those following the Gregorian calendar, the arrival of New Year’s Eve prompts plans to make changes in our lives…. Read article →


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Young Scientist of the Month contest 2018 – the first winner!

As you may have heard, QIAGEN is running an ongoing Young Scientist of the Month Contest – it’s an initiative to encourage young scientists with a monthly prize to support their research. The judges select winners based on their research goals and ambitions. We’re happy to announce that Kwabena Owusu-Boateng is our first Young Scientist… Read article →



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Meet a microbiome researcher: Q&A with Dr. Erika Ganda

As a part of our Microbiome research interview series, we spoke with Dr. Erika Ganda from the department of Food Science, Cornell University, New York. Erika is a microbiome researcher with a background in veterinary medicine, epidemiology, microbiology, dairy extension and business. Her research interests focus on the application of innovative technologies to investigate animal… Read article →