UW Science Now: Camila Tejo-Haristoy: Soils in the Air: The Savings Account of t
Two Ph.D. candidates from the UW give talks on their brand-new research. First, Camila Tejo-Haristoy, a graduate student in the UW's School of Forest Resources, examines how plants, animals, and other organisms interact in trees, particularly in the coastal forests and tree canopies of the Pacific Northwest. Then Laura E. Martinez, graduate student in the Pathobiology Graduate Program at the UW, discusses Helicobacter pylori, a cancer-causing bacterium that infects the stomachs of about 50% of all humans. Presented by Engage: The Science Speaker Series as part of Seattle Science Lectures, with the University of Washington, Pacific Science Center and University Book Store. Series sponsored by Microsoft. Series media sponsorship provided by KPLU.
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