Monthly Archives: July 2016

MBAC hosts Bioinformatics training for Phage course

  Dr Reid Schwebach brought his summer class to the MBAC to show them the facilities at the Science and Technology campus and to introduce them to concepts in Bioinformatics. ¬†We plan to use Mutitag NextGen sequencing approach to interrogate the entire Phageome in soil samples   Links to Related Sites 4-VA Phage Project at […]

GMU funds Multidisciplinary Research Sea Turtle Project

Effects of the Illegal Consumption of Sea Turtles on Human Health and Environmental Security in Northwestern Mexico All of the six species of sea turtles in Mexico are endangered, and yet all are harvested illegally as a food resource. In the study area, human consumption is the main cause of mortality for these endangered species. […]