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These tools, and the changes they impart, can substantially improve the quality and delivery of service being provided for our patients," writes Duane Newton of the University of Michigan Medical School in one report on enhancing the function of clinical microbiology laboratories.
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00 Predicting the growth and behaviour of microorganisms in food more successfully has long been an aim in food microbiology research.
Abstract Timely topics in microbiology were used to engage students in a non-science majors microbiology course designed to introduce the principles of biology and the role of microorganisms in nature and human affairs, as well as to develop an understanding of the scientific process.
The University of Washington (UW), one of the nation's top medical research institutions and a leader in genetic and microbiology research, has integrated Spotfire DecisionSite for Functional GenomicsTM with its own "home-grown" gene array database and analysis system.
Below are the names of San Fernando Valley students who placed first, second and third in the competition, which featured 15 categories ranging from physics and astronomy to microbiology and environmental science.
Held May 21-25 in Los Angeles, California, the 100th general meeting of the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) featured workshops, colloquia and symposia, and exhibits centered on microbiology and the growing number of applications for its techniques and instrumentation.
LONDON -- The microbiology testing market is one of the most rapidly evolving segments of the IVD industry globally.