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Microscopist, physicist, and nobel laureate Eric Betzig addresses students and faculty at the 2015 SEA-PHAGES Symposium. Dr. Betzig speaks about his career, his Nobel, and his colleagues, and describes how his interest in a topic is sometimes inversely proportional to everyone else's interest.
Filmed by John Rappole and Matt Staley. Edited by Dan Russell.
Added: Mar 7, 2016
The sixth annual SEA-PHAGES Symposium took place in June 2015, and this is a recording of Dr. Graham Hatfull's keynote address to the assembled SEA-PHAGES students and faculty. In this talk, Graham discusses what we've discovered about Mycobacteriophages, the benefits of expanding to other Actinobacterial hosts, the "lumpy pudding" model of phage diversity, and the potential and limitations related to using phage therapy for treating TB (including some initial experimental results).
Filmed by Matt Staley and John Rappole Edited by Dan Russell
Added: Aug 19, 2015