Here at UNC Marine Sciences, we have a really cool program that allows graduate students in the department to nominate and then select a seminar speaker to come to the university and give a talk. It’s a unique opportunity for students to select a speaker that not only conducts interesting, world-class research but that also … Continue reading
Tag Archives: Bacteria
Why Water Quality Matters
This guest post was written by Kellen Lauer. Kellen just completed her Master’s degree in Marine Sciences at UNC-Chapel Hill. She studies recreational water quality in the Noble lab at UNC’s Institute of Marine Sciences. Kellen’s research focuses on tracking fecal contamination to its source. As the weather takes a turn away from frigid winter … Continue reading
Can something in the ocean kill superbugs?
Today we have another guest post. This time from Maya, a fellow graduate student at UNC. Hello there, readers of UndertheC!! My name is Maya Nadimpalli, and I’m a PhD student in Environmental Microbiology at UNC’s School of Public Health. I’ve been taking a great Science Communication class this past semester with some of the … Continue reading