Upcoming Yeast Conferences
Meetings that may be of interest to the yeast community are listed below:
20th Annual Southeastern Regional Yeast Meeting (SERYM)
University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham AL
March 8 – 10, 2013
British Yeast Group Meeting – BYG2013
March 20 – 22, […]
Year end function 2012
On Friday 9 November 2012, the Department of Microbiology celebrated another memorable year with a lunch at the Olivello restaurant at Marianne Wine Estate with some great food, fine wine and the customary tongue-in-cheek Annual Microbiology Awards ceremony. Staff and students were treated to a well-deserved relaxing afternoon with some rustic food (with a Mediterranean […]
Cetaceans on the short side of economic development?
Economic growth and stability, standard of living, social inclusion, development of human capital, critical infrastructure, urbanization, industrialization, human rights and jobs for the nation are among the ideals and realities faced by most nations and governments in our current world. However, the benefits of economic welfare are frequently accompanied by increased pressure […]
Cutting-edge microscope opens up new research possibilities
Imagine a journey into the cellular structures of, well, nearly any living thing. From parasites that cause malaria to organisms in the nucleus of cancer cells.
Imagine seeing these microscopically small organisms in neon colours and imagine seeing them from all angles and in 3D.
This is exactly what scientists at Stellenbosch University (SU) can […]
Just chilling for the holidays? No way! Not Veronique Meyer! She gave up part of her holiday to help learners from her Alma Mater gain practical experience in testing water. Veronique, a former learner from Lückhoff High in Stellenbosch, is doing her master’s in microbiology in, among others, environmental biotechnology with a focus […]
Electron Microscope Zooms In, Finds Life on Life on Life
Theres a bacterium on a diatom on an amphipod on a frog on a bump on the log in the hole in the bottom of the sea!
via Electron Microscope Zooms In, Finds Life on Life on Life.
What does electro-dance and microbiology have in common?
SASM Conference Second Announcement
Read all about the upcoming SASM Conference:
CALL FOR PAPERS
Abstracts open : 19 May 2011
Abstracts close : […]
The Killer Within: A Novel Bacterial Suicide Mechanism
The zeta toxins are a family of proteins that are normally present within various pathogenic bacteria and can mysteriously trigger suicide when the cells undergo stress. A team led by Anton Meinhart at the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research in Heidelberg has now found the […]
- World experts to discuss biobased economy
- Post-Graduate Programme in Biofuels
- PhD Student Winschau Fayghan van Zyl Wins Best Poster Award @ the 9th Biotechnology Congress of America
- MSc student Steffi Davison tutoring primary school learners at Lynedoch Primary School
- Domestic Rainwater Harvesting Solar Pasteurization Treatment Systems in Enkanini Informal Settlement (Stellenbosch)