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International Society for Microbial Ecology



Microbial Ecology is the study of microorganisms in the environment. These web pages of the International Society for Microbial Ecology provide information about microbial ecology for students, the general public, news media, and scientists.
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Address:
1798 Colorado Drive
East Lansing , MI 48823
USA
Contact Person: Catherine McGowan
Phone: 517-336-8064
E-Mail: mcgowanc@pilot.msu.edu
Website: http://microbes.org
   


Detailed Information:
The ISME was established the summer of 1998 to promote the exchange of scientific information related to the field of microbial ecology. The ISME promotes education, research, and interaction between scientists via the new web site. The ISME’s web site’s main purpose is to serve as the primary forum of discussion for ISME Society members and to quickly and effectively communicate important information. The ISME web site will also be a clearinghouse of information about microbial ecology for the general public, news media, and scientists of other disciplines. Created by the International Society for Microbial Ecology (ISME), the MICROBES.ORG web pages serve as the primary forum of discussion for ISME Society members. Microbial ecologists study bioremediation, biodiversity, evolution, bacterial genetics, and the role of microbes in ecological systems.


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