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Teaching and Outreach

The Buckley Lab taking part in the SIPS BioBlitz 2017 at the Cayuga Nature Center:

 

The “Team Microbe” demonstration table at BioBlitz 2017
Janani and Roli leading a fruit DNA extraction for members of the public
Steven helping a participant spool DNA she has just extracted from a banana

 

 

 

Dan presenting at the World Economic Forum in Davos, 2017:

 

Courses at Cornell:

BIOMI2900: General Microbiology (Spring, 3 cr)
Introduction to microbiology.

PLSCS/BIOMI/1120: Microbes the Earth and Everything (Fall, 3 cr)
This course provides an introduction to biology through the lens of microbiology, ecology, and evolution. Students investigate the processes that sustain our biosphere, explore the impact of microorganisms on humanity, and examine the unifying principles of life.

BIOG2990: Introduction to Research Methods in Biology (Fall/Spring, 2-3 cr)
Introduction to individualized instruction in the laboratory in the performance of original research.

BIOG4990: Independent Research in Biology (Fall/Spring, 3-4 cr)
Individualized instruction in the laboratory in the performance of original research.

 

 
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