Recent Examples of microbiology from the Web
While most bacteria is harmless, according to Charles Gerba, PhD, professor of microbiology and environmental sciences at the University of Arizona, bottles can harbor norovirus-, cold-, and flu-causing bacteria.
Lathem was an associate professor of microbiology at Northwestern before being fired after fleeing the city.
Join a team of microbiology researchers from UConn's Department of Molecular and Cell Biology in this exploration of microbial life.
For the first time, classes in human anatomy, microbiology and ethnobotany will be offered this fall to attract more students interested in pursuing careers as dentists, pharmacists, and medical doctors.
The new facility features classroom and laboratory space for biology, microbiology, chemistry, physics, organic chemistry, anatomy, physiology, nursing and health-sciences classes.
Lathem, an associate microbiology professor at Northwestern, was booked into the Alameda County jail.
Dr. Gunther authored and coauthored several scholarly articles on microbiology and in the field of language translation.
Andrea Pardo is on maternity leave from her job as an academic counselor in the University of Washington’s microbiology department.
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Origin and Etymology of microbiology
First Known Use: 1880See Words from the same year
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