ELSA PhD student success at Microbes in Norwich

Over 230 Microbiologists from across the Norwich Research Park came together to enjoy an excellent day of exciting science at Microbes in Norwich 2019. This Biennial event showcases the depth and breadth of microbiology research across the NRP. In addition to 10 research talks from newly established microbiologists on the NRP and a super Plenary talk on marine symbioses from Professor Nicole Dubilier of the Max Planck Institute of Marine Sciences, Bremen, Germany, there were over 50 posters from Early Career Researchers on display. The International Society for Microbial Ecology (ISME) sponsored Microbes in Norwich through two Poster Prizes. ELSA PhD student Lisa Gibson (left in picture) received a prize for her poster describing the ecology of isoprene degrading bacteria in palm oil forest from Nicole Dubilier who is also Vice President of ISME.

 


Earlham institute
Quadram Institute Bioscience
John Innes Centre
The Sainsbury Laboratory
NHS NNUH
University of East Anglia

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