IV Congreso Argentino de Microbiología Agrícola y Ambiental – I Jornada de Microbiología General

IV CAMAyA     –     I MicroGen

Mar del Plata, 11-13 de abril de 2018

La División Agrícola y Ambiental (DiMAyA) y la Subcomisión de Microbiología General de la Asociación Argentina de Microbiología organizan conjuntamente el I V  CONGRESO ARGENTINO DE MICROBIOLOGÍA AGRÍCOLA Y AMBIENTAL (IV CAMAyA) y la I JORNADA DE MICROBIOLOGÍA GENERAL (I MicroGen) a desarrollarse durante los días 11, 12 y 13 de abril de 2018, en el Hotel 13 de Julio de la ciudad de Mar del Plata, Argentina.

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www.camaya2018/resúmenes

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Curso de Posgrado: Interacciones macromoleculares relacionadas con el ensamblaje de péptidos a la membrana bacteriana

Facultad de Ciencias Exactas, Universidad Nacional de La Plata

21 – 27 de noviembre de 2017

Sin cupo

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Reunión Conjunta de Sociedades de Biociencias

En el siguiente link podrán descargar la Prueba de Galera de la Revista Medicina 2017 correspondiente a la Reunión Conjunta de Sociedades de Biociencias.

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Harmful Algal Blooms and Desalination: A Guide to Impacts, Monitoring and Management

Once harmful algal blooms (HABs) reach a desalination plant, they can cause significant operational issues and potential health concerns for consumers. These issues stem from two factors – first, the algal cells produce organic matter that can cause filter clogging and membrane fouling, and secondly, some cells produce toxic substances or taste and odor compounds. This chapter first explains the mechanisms for cellular release of organic matter, the types of matter that are produced, and the relative contribution of each type of matter to fouling mechanisms. It then describes the wide range of toxins that are produced by HABs, their mode of toxicity, and analytical methods for detecting them. While taste and odor compounds are non-toxic, they are included in this chapter as they can create customer perception issues and distrust in the water supply system.
 
Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) and Desalination: A Guide to Impacts, Monitoring and Management.2017. Edited by: Donald M. Anderson, Siobhan F.E. Boerlage, Mike B. Dixon. Manuals and Guides 78. Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission. IOC/2017/MG/78. Chap.2, pp.53-88
The Book click here

A 27-year-old computer programmer Just injected Himself With a DIY HIV Treatment on Facebook Live !!!

“Tristan Roberts sits sandwiched between two men on a couch in a bland DC apartment, with leafy, dusk-lit trees peeking out from the sheer curtains behind him. The mundanity of the setting betrays the extremity of what is about to happen next. On the elliptical glass coffee table in front of him is a bottle of hydrogen peroxide and a tray holding a glass of water, several vials, and syringes. Roberts is about to inject himself with an experimental gene therapy for HIV, a DIY prototype treatment designed by three biohacker friends. The treatment had never been tested in humans.

“You can’t stop it, you can’t regulate these things,” Roberts says to the camera a few minutes before pinching his belly fat and plunging a syringe into its tissue. “But you can create an environment where there’s transparency.”

Roberts and his couch-mates were streaming this feat of imprudent bravery live on the Facebook page of a friend’s small media upstart, where 160 souls including myself watched in presumable shock as Roberts genetically altered his body in a drab apartment on a Monday afternoon.

Rear more here:

https://gizmodo.com/this-guy-just-injected-himself-with-a-diy-hiv-treatment-1819659724

BIÓLOGOS EN RED 2017

13 y 14 de noviembre de 2017
Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales – Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata Sede: Salón ADUM (Roca 3865)

Se publicó la 4a. circular, con el programa de actividades: 4ta Circular BER 2017

https://xii-ber-2017.blogspot.com.ar/

Biodiversidad microbiana nativa – Bioinformática

Dirigido a estudiantes de posgrado y grado. El taller es gratuito para los estudiantes, solo necesitan pagar su viaje a La Serena –

Las tematicas del taller son: Microorganismos benéficos, interacción planta-microorganismo: desde el metabolismo hasta la comunidad, biocontrol, biofertilización, tolerancia a estrés, aplicación para agricultura sustentable.

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