The ABC of Microbiology
Disappointed by the commercially available ABC books for toddlers that either get things wrong or focus on immunology rather than microbiology (boooh!), Roland made a ABC of Microbiology for his son. Updated Aug 2023.
Talk by Roland during the SynBYSS virtual meeting organized by Tae Seok Moon. Targeted at synthetic and systems biologists. 30 min + Q&A. February 2023
Talk by Roland at JGI's 25th anniversary Annual meeting. 33 min. August 2022
Talk by Mackenzie Lynes in the Archaea Power Hour. Targeted at microbiologists and archaea enthusiasts. 15 minutes + Q&A. April 2022.
Talk by George Schaible at JGI's NeLLi symposium: New methods to study the uncultured. Targeted at microbial ecologists. 8 minutes. October 2021.
Talk by Anthony Kohtz at JGI's NeLLi symposium: Updates on the Tree of Life. Targeted at microbial ecologists. 8 minutes. September 2021.
MicroSeminar given by Roland, hosted by the Early Career group of ISME. Targeted at researchers in environmental microbiology and related disciplines. 60 minutes including discussion. March 2020.
Undergraduate Research Symposium talk by Roland. Targeted at MSU undergraduates and prospective REU students. 15 minutes long. Sept. 2020.
Talk by Roland on International Microorganism Day, hosted by FEMS. Targeted at the interested public and undergraduates. 20 minutes long. Sept. 2020.
Talk by Roland in Murat Eren's 'Microbial 'omics' webinar on the limitations of relying on DNA-sequencing alone and the often undeserved hype around the human microbiome. Targeted at undergraduates and early graduate students. Roland's 15 minutes long presentation starts at 1h:10min.
Watch research presentations & download teaching slides and ABC of Microbiology
BONCAT-themed slides for teaching and scientific talks.
These slides contain general information on BONCAT as well as a list of all microbial ecology related papers that used BONCAT. That list is regularly updated. Last update: November 2022
Feel free to use and share these slides. We ask to please cite our lab when using thesm. A DOI is listed on the first slide.