INRC Fall 2021 Water Quality Research Seminar Series: New Technologies, New Tools and Emerging Concerns
Presenter: Adina Howe, is an assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering at Iowa State University.
Microbes connect humans, animals, and environmental health. I'll discuss the relationships between microbiomes, agriculture, and management in Iowa. We are changing the environment that we live in, and we must understand and manage the impacts of our global change. Scientific research must inform these decisions and policy. Leveraging our interdisciplinary expertise, our mission is to understand complex biological systems in agriculture, health, and engineering to guide sustainable management solutions for our society. http://www.germslab.org/
Seminar sessions will be virtual and in-person at 1306 Elings Hall, 605 Bissell Road, on the Iowa State University campus. Elings Hall is located on the west side of the Iowa State campus. Off-campus attendees are encouraged to park in the Memorial Union parking ramp, 2229 Lincoln Way, due to limited public parking near Elings Hall.
Sessions are free and open to the public and will be recorded and posted on INRC’s website with speakers’ permission.
Register in advance at: https://go.iastate.edu/KEKQ5P
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Contact Malcolm Robertson, INRC Program Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org, for questions
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