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Important Dates and Information, 2015-16

We've created a document that we hope will be helpful to SEA-PHAGES faculty who are beginning the 2015-16 academic year. It contains a list of important dates as well as more general information on sequencing, software, membership, archiving, and what's new this year. All in a concise two pages!

We encourage you to ...

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Black and White Printing of Lab Manual

We've heard several times over the years that some schools print the Resource Guide or Lab Manual in Black and White to save some money. We've also heard that some of the lighter green colors barely show up when printed this way. We'd made a Black-and-White-printable version in the past, but special ...

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Message in a Bottle, Issue 4

Message in a Bottle, Issue 4, is now available. Download it here for a snapshot of what was covered in the Symposium faculty meeting.

New Actinobacteriophage Clusters

Dear SEA-PHAGES Faculty,

Following the expansion of our collective phage interests beyond those of Mycobacterium smegmatis mc2 155, SEA-PHAGES has collected a number of new phages on different hosts within the phylum Actinobacteria---in no small part due to your efforts! We are excited about a major push to explore this much broader landscape of microbial ...

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Message in a Bottle, Issue 3

Message in a Bottle, Issue 3, is now available. Download it here to read about new hosts, new websites, and new SEA-PHAGES team members.

A Continuum of Diversity

Our latest paper describing the genomics of 627 bacteriophages known to infect a single host is available in eLife! The phages were collected throughout the past seven years as part of the SEA-PHAGES program by more than 2600 undergraduates. Read about our work in the HHMI News or read the paper itself at eLife.

2014 Faculty Retreat and Symposium Wrap-Up

Phew!

Here's a look at the video Kevin made.

Postdoc Opportunity at the University of Florida

We wanted to pass along the following opportunity that recently came to our attention.  If you know of any SEA-PHAGES alumni who are finishing up graduate degrees and still have an interest in Mycobacteria, please let them know!

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From Dr. Roy Curtiss III:

Josephine Clark-Curtiss and I are relocating our lab ...

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Abstract Submission for the 2015 SEA-PHAGES Symposium

It's that time of year: weather is warming, spring semesters are winding down, and taxes and Symposium abstracts are due.

This year, the due date for submitting abstracts for the 7th Annual SEA-PHAGES Symposium is 11:59 pm on April 21, 2015.

To submit an abstract for the meeting, you must be a verified ...

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Message in a Bottle, Issue 2

Issue #2 of Message in a Bottle, the SEA-PHAGES newsletter, is now available.  See the 17 schools that will be joining the program in 2015-16, hear from Graham, and see who the keynote speaker at this year's Symposium will be.

Message in a Bottle Issue 2

Yearly archives

Current Events

Install software for Bioinformatics Workshop and Semester

November 1, 2017 to December 1, 2017

Upcoming Events

Submit DNA Samples [Semester Schools]

November 21, 2017

Submit Lysates for Archiving

November 21, 2017 to December 15, 2017

Bionformatics Workshop

December 8, 2017 to December 12, 2017

Recent Events

Phall Phage Phair

November 17, 2017

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cdshaffer posted in glycosylase or N-glycosidase

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Viknesh Sivanathan posted in Bacteriophage Microbiologist Position

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