Webinar: Microbes and Climate Change
Caltech researchers and engineers on campus and at JPL, which Caltech manages for NASA, pursue science-driven solutions to mitigate climate change. Hear directly from Caltech researchers and ask your own questions in this online conversation.
Microbes and Climate Change
December 8, 2021, 11 a.m.
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Dianne Newman, Gordon M. Binder/Amgen Professor of Biology and Geobiology
Victoria Orphan, James Irvine Professor of Environmental Science and Geobiology; Allen V. C. Davis and Lenabelle Davis Leadership Chair, Center for Environmental Microbial Interactions
in conversation with
Lori Dajose (BS '15), Content and Media Strategist, Office of Strategic Communications
In the fifth conversation in this series, Caltech scientists and MacArthur Fellows Dianne Newman and Victoria Orphan speak with science writer Lori Dajose (BS '15) about the role of microorganisms in sustaining life on a warming planet, from enabling precision agriculture to cycling carbon in the ocean to mitigating the greenhouse gases produced by livestock.
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