Microbial Ecology

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*XV Congress on Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions
Kyoto, Japan
2 Aug 2011 - 6 Aug 2011
The biennial Congress on Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions is organized by IS-MPMI. An opportunity to learn and share with all of the international members, the congress has been held throughout the world, with locations varying from Italy, to Mexico, .

*3rd ASM Conference on Beneficial Microbes
Miami, United States
25 Oct 2010 - 29 Oct 2010
3rd ASM Conference on Beneficial Microbes.

*Harnessing The Power of Microbes for Better Food, Agro-industry, Health and Environment
Bogor, Indonesia
4 Oct 2010 - 7 Oct 2010
International Seminar of the Indonesian Society for Microbiology. The seminar aims to provide a platform for international microbiologists, biotechnologists, policy makers and the private sector to interact and exchange the latest ideas and techniques in .

*First European Student Conference on Microbial Communication
Jena, Germany
28 Sep 2010 - 1 Oct 2010
MICOM 2010. The conference is a gathering of Ph.D. students and experienced researchers from all over the world who will actively discuss and exchange ideas on the different aspects of microbial communication. Topics include the interaction of microorgani.

*Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing and Surveillance: from Laboratory to Clinic - the EUCAST and ESGARS Perspective
Madrid, Spain
27 Sep 2010 - 30 Sep 2010
ESCMID Postgraduate Education Course.

*2nd Annual International Conference on Metagenomics
La Jolla, San Diego, CA, United States
11 Jul 2007 - 13 Jul 2007
Metagenomics 2007 will provide invaluable opportunities to discuss and accelerate metagenomic research, ranging from microbial ecology, genomics and evolution, bioinformatics, and biogeochemistry, to ecological genomics, population/community genomics etc..

Dehradun, Uttaranchal, India
17 Mar 2007 - 18 Mar 2007
India is bestowed with rich biodiversity locales that are abode to large unexplored microbial diversity. Notwithstanding the existing knowledge of microbes and microbial processes we are still at the base of microbial diversity, which needs to be explored.

*11th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology
Vienna, Austria
20 Aug 2006 - 25 Aug 2006
Microbial Ecology (ISME): The Hidden Powers - Microbial Communities in Action. Sessions include: Biogeochemical Cycles: New organisms and new pathways; Microbially driven ecosystem function & Sinalling within and across the kingdoms..

*SFAM 2006 Summer Conference
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
3 Jul 2006 - 6 Jul 2006
Living Together - polymicrobial communities. Seesions on - physiology of polymicrobial communities, gut microflora and bioremediation.

*BIOFILMS II -Attachment and Detachment in Pure and Mixed Cultures
Leipzig, Germany
23 Mar 2006 - 24 Mar 2006
Biofilm II : Attachment and Detachment in Pure and Mixed Cultures.

*Microbial Community Genomics in Animals and in the Environment
Tahoe City, United States
6 Feb 2006 - 10 Feb 2006
Microbial Community Genomics in Animals and in the Environment Sessions include Ocean Environments,Computational Approaches to Metagenomics and Microbial Communities in Insects & Soil.

*6th European Biotechnology Symposium
Copenhagen, Denmark
13 Nov 2005 - 15 Nov 2005
The Sixth European Biotechnology Symposium.The Sixth European Biotechnology Symposium offers information you can put into practice, today, to expand your business and make it more profitable..

*The Biology of Vibrios
Ghent, Belgium
7 Nov 2005 - 8 Nov 2005
The Biology of Vibrios: Biodiversity, Genomics, Disease/Epidemiology, Ecology, and Applications. The meeting is targeted at bacterial taxonomists, microbial ecologists, genome researchers, health management workers and students..

*ERGOB Conference
Geneva, Switzerland
1 Sep 2005 - 4 Sep 2005
Facing the Future Challenges in Oral Biology. Sessions include: Orofacial Evolution, Development & Tissue Regeneration; Saving/Maintenance of Oral Mucosa & Salivary Glands & Tissue Repair and Regeneration..

*ASM 2005
Canberrra, Australia
3 Aug 2005 - 3 Aug 2005
Australian Society for Microbiology 2005 National Conference. Highlights of the scientific program will include the Rubbo Oration Systems Biology & Biological Complexity, to be given by Dr Leroy Hood..

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