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Wednesday, October 18 @ 12-1:15 PM ET (11 AM-12:15 PM CT) | Via Zoom
For Tiny Earth students and TEPIs

Meet the Tiny Earth Chemistry Hub (TECH) scientists and learn about how your isolates move through TECH’s antimicrobial discovery pipeline!

Students and their Tiny Earth Partner Instructors (TEPIs) have contributed over 3,600 isolates to TECH’s isolate collection in Dr. Jo Handelsman’s Lab at UW-Madison. At TECH, our interdisciplinary team of researchers investigates high-priority student-sourced bacterial strains to discover new antimicrobial compounds. Join us for this special event showcasing Tiny Earth’s innovative approach to antibiotic discovery beyond the classroom. Meet the TECH scientists and hear about exciting updates to research priorities featuring student-led studies, the Tiny Earth Chemistry Course, and more. Ask your pressing questions during a brief Q&A session at the end. 

For a meeting link ask your instructor or email tinyearth@wid.wisc.edu with your Tiny Earth Partner Instructor name and course enrollment details. Instructors can view details on the TEPI website.


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