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iLabs: Guess What’s Coming in 2013!

December 22, 2012

So here’s my reading list of late:

Biotech Books2        molecular biology book pic        

photo(8)        fungi book picture

Can you tell we are going to be exploring some exciting new directions?

Just a quick tidbit to hold you all over through the holidays, but wanted to let you know we are working on both a Chemistry program and a Biotechnology program for later in 2013.

We will be finally ramping up our fungi projects – enzymes and spectrometers, enzymes and biofuels, growing gourmet mushrooms, bioremediation, even collaborating with a retired mycologist who will lead a couple of fall fungi and mushroom-collecting hikes. We’ll be working to bring some curriculum-correlated classes involving fungi, as well as exploring some of the genetics of these wonderful organisms.

There will be expanded bacteria class programs, and we look forward to collaborating with our genetics and genomics researchers to bring some cutting-edge classes in DNA sequencing, bioinformatics, and more.

There will also be periodic programs  on Thursday nights in the Investigate Labs.

So we hope you’ll be patient with us as we bring these new directions to life. We are eager to explore so many areas and share it all with you.

For now, I am about to leave for the Christmas holiday and I want you all to know we in the Micro World Investigate Lab, as well as the staff of the Visual World and Natural World Investigate Labs wish you all Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year. We look forward to seeing you in the New Year!!

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