A Global Passport for Microbiology

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A Global Passport for Microbiology

Crossing Boundaries...

Dust Storms

Eminent Microbiologists

Microbial Earth

Sea life at hydrothermal vent

Tubeworm community at undersea vent

“Tree of Life” schematic

E. Coli chromosome



Distance from Ancestor

Microbes surviving in adverse conditions

AMANDA Project

Anthrax and Antarctic Research


Hyperspectral Analysis

NEON Conceptual Network

Instrumenting the Environment

The Wet-Dry Interface of Nanotechnology

Emerging and Re-emerging Infectious Diseases

“One can think of the middle of.the twentieth century as the end of.one of the most important social revolutions in history -- the virtual elimination of the infectious disease.as a significant factor in social life.”

Chesapeake Bay Cholera Sampling Sites

Cholera Outbreaks and Increases in Sea Surface Temperature (SST) and Sea Surface Height (SSH)

Malaria and El Nino: Venezuela

Avian malaria in Hawaii

20th Century Influenza Pandemics

U.S. Life Expectancy 1900-1960

Complexity of Influenza

Our new responsibilities…

NSF Response to Sept. 11th

ASM Website Declaration

Lab Security

Franciscella tularensis (Tularemia).Clostridium botulinum toxin (Botulism).Hemorrhagic fever viruses (Ebola, Marburg)

Secrets and Lives

Washington Post Headline,.May 8, 2002

S&E Degrees earned by.foreign students: 1998-99

What Work Will Buy: A Look at selected cities

Earth by day and night

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