Our relationship to the microbial world in and around us is a bit fraught. From the rise and fall of antimicrobials to the growing popularity of probiotics, our perception of these tiny organisms that populate our soil, air, even our gut, is evolving. New discoveries about role they play in our health and the environment are creating even more ambiguity. Explore what we know and what we don’t about the vast invisible world under (and in!) our noses with computational biology expert Dan Knights, microbial ecologist Michael Sadowsky and geomicrobiologist Cara Santelli.
November 2, 2016 • 6 p.m.
Bedlam Theater, Lowertown St. Paul
Pay what you can
Presented by the University of Minnesota College of Biological Sciences in collaboration with the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences and the Bell Museum of Natural History.