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SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT: Extremophile Research Theory and Techniques

Harold Schreier Schreier at umbi.umd.edu
Thu Apr 3 14:35:01 EST 2003

SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT:  Extremophile Research Theory and Techniques
Symposium and Workshop

The seventh “Extremophile Research:  Theory and Techniques Workshop and
Symposium” will be offered at the Center of Marine Biotechnology (COMB)
in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor on July 21-24, 2003.

The laboratory-intensive course will cover procedures, methodologies and
up-to-date information about the Archaea, a group of microorganisms
commonly found in what are considered harsh or extreme environments. The
one-day symposium and subsequent three-day workshop provides
introductory and intermediate level instruction in archaeal laboratory
techniques, including growth, biochemistry, and genetics. A basic
knowledge of microbiology and nucleic acid laboratory procedures is

Full tuition scholarships will be available to graduate students,
postdoctoral fellows, and faculty from small colleges or universities
pending a decision on our request for funding from the National Science
Foundation. When available, scholarships will be given out on a first
come first served basis so please apply early.  We are also accepting
registrations from industry.

Detailed information, including a complete workshop schedule and
registration information, is available here:


Scholarship application information can be found here:


For further information please contact me at  schreier at umbi.umd.edu.


Hal Schreier

Harold J. Schreier, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Center of Marine Biotechnology
University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute
Columbus Center
701 E. Pratt St.
Baltimore, MD 21202
410-234-8896 (FAX)

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