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    • December 18, 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • UW Biotechnology Center, 425 Henry Mall, Room 1111, Madison, WI 53706

    WN@tL:  Bacteria on Bobtails Glow: Light-Emitting Vibrio & Their Bobtail Squid Hosts

    Nov 6 - 7:00PM - 8:15PM

    https://science.wisc.edu/wednesday-nite-at-the-lab/

    UW Biotechnology Center, 425 Henry Mall, Room 1111,  Madison, WI 53706 
    Cost: Free 

    Speaker

    Mark Mandel, Medical Microbiology

    About the talk


    About the speakers


    Parking Information

    Parking is available in Lot 20, located at 1390 University Avenue. Lot 20 is a three-level parking structure on the right side of University Avenue, just before Henry Mall. Lot 20 is attached to the Genetics/Biotechnology Center.

    Parking in Lot 20 is one of the most convenient parking experiences on campus. Park on the top level, and you can enter the building without going up any steps. Convenient, close and step-free parking are three big reasons we hold WN@tL at the Genetics/Biotechnology Center.

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Past events

December 11, 2019 WN@TL: Beyond Cats: How to get the Toxoplasmosis Parasite to Grow in Mice
December 10, 2019 Wisconsin Idea: Native American Experiences and the Wisconsin Idea, Week 14 of 14
December 04, 2019 PLATO: Nanoparticles in Life Sciences
December 03, 2019 Wisconsin Idea: Immigrants in Contemporary Society and the Wisconsin Idea, Week 13 of 14
November 26, 2019 Wisconsin Idea: Power and Nudging: A Behavioral Science Approach to Helping People, Week 12 of 14
November 20, 2019 WN@TL: NO PRESENTATION: Day before Thanksgiving
November 20, 2019 WN@TL: Electric Machines: Then, Now and the Future
November 20, 2019 PLATO: Stem Cells to Bioengineering Human Development and Disease
November 19, 2019 Wisconsin Idea: Watch the movie "Outsourced: The New Wisconsin Idea", Week 11 of 14
November 13, 2019 WN@TL: Understanding the Ethics of Human Genome Editing
November 13, 2019 PLATO: This Years Advances in CRISPR
November 12, 2019 Wisconsin Idea: From CRISPR to AI: What Happens When Sifting and Winnowing has to Involve More than Science?, Week 10 of 14
November 06, 2019 WN@TL: Drivers of Megadiversity in the Orchids, the Largest Family of Flowering Plants
November 06, 2019 PLATO: Alzheimer’s Research at UW
November 05, 2019 Wisconsin Idea: The Local Voices Network: Community-Driven Listening to Strengthen Democracy, Week 9 of 14
October 30, 2019 WN@TL: Investigating Three New Great Lakes Shipwrecks Using ROVs
October 30, 2019 PLATO: Ethical Landscape of Human Genome Editing
October 29, 2019 Wisconsin Idea: Educating all of Wisconsin’s Students?, Week 8 of 14
October 23, 2019 WN@TL: Fighting Antibiotic Resistance with Broken Scissors CRISPR
October 22, 2019 Wisconsin Idea: The Local Periphery: Small Cities and the Politics of Exclusion, Week 7 of 14
October 16, 2019 WN@TL: Soil: A Precious Resource under Threat
October 15, 2019 Wisconsin Idea: Engagement with Food and Agricultural Systems, Week 6 of 14
October 09, 2019 WN@TL: The Fires of Yellowstone
October 08, 2019 Wisconsin Idea: Why and How Understanding the Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder Embodies the Wisconsin Idea, Week 5 of 14
October 08, 2019 UW Benefits Fair
October 02, 2019 WN@TL: Speeding Collaborative Genomics
October 01, 2019 Wisconsin Idea: Limnology and the Wisconsin Idea , Week 4 of 14
September 25, 2019 WN@TL: Ocean Viruses
September 24, 2019 Wisconsin Idea: Higher Education as Preparation for Political and Civic Engagements, Week 3 of 14
September 20, 2019 PLATO: Bill Miller in Concert - Storyteller and Musician
September 18, 2019 WN@TL: Researching Sleep Across the Lifespan
September 17, 2019 Wisconsin Idea: Strengthening Educational Outcomes, Week 2 of 14
September 11, 2019 WN@TL: How Solar Became Cheap
September 10, 2019 Wisconsin Idea: At the Political Crossroads, Week 1 of 14
September 10, 2019 University League: One City Today: Transforming Early Education
September 04, 2019 WN@TL: UW Madison Missing In Action Project
August 28, 2019 WN@TL: Multi-Instrument Stream Surveys: Big Data, Small Rivers, by Canoe
August 21, 2019 WN@TL: Genetically Engineered Crops: Whence, Whither, Whether
August 14, 2019 WN@TL: How Do Micro-Organisms Evolve to Become Pathogens?
July 24, 2019 WN@TL: Are Hox-expressing Musculosketetal Cells Stem Cells?
July 17, 2019 WN@TL: The Next Giant Leap: Apollo And Life Sciences Research For The Journey To Mars
July 10, 2019 WN@TL: What's Up With All These Storms and Floods?
July 03, 2019 WN@TL: School Safety in America: Rhetoric vs Reality
June 26, 2019 WN@TL: The Evolution of Storm Chasing
June 19, 2019 WN@TL: How Might Solving the Global Climate Crisis Also Create the Largest Human Health Benefit of the Century
June 12, 2019 WN@TL: Seeing and Not Seeing: Investigating Visual Awareness
June 05, 2019 WN@TL: Illuminating Better Cancer Treatment with Light
May 29, 2019 WN@TL: Between Trench & Lab: Reconstructing the Roman Mystery Religion of Mithras
May 22, 2019 WN@TL: Transforming Cancer Treatment with Precision Medicine
May 15, 2019 WN@TL: Insights from New Techniques in Microscopy
May 08, 2019 WN@TL: Fueling Today's University-based Entrepreneurs
May 01, 2019 WN@TL: INSECTS AND SCIENTIFIC ILLUSTRATION
April 24, 2019 WN@TL: “CAN YOU LIVE WITHOUT A GASOLINE CAR?”
April 17, 2019 WN@TL: “THE BIG PICTURE: SCIENCE AND PUBLIC OUTREACH WITH ASTRONOMICAL SURVEYS”
April 10, 2019 WN@tL: Private Wells in Wisconsin
April 05, 2019 WN@tL Extra: Wisconsin's Forgotten Mining Culture
April 03, 2019 WN@tL: HISTORY OF CARTOGRAPHY: IS THE WORLD’S OLDEST MAP A MAP?
March 27, 2019 WN@tL: PRECAMBRIAN GEOLOGY OF THE BARABOO HILLS
March 21, 2019 University League: The Driftless Reader
March 20, 2019 WN@tL: Harry Steenbock and the Patenting of University Science
March 13, 2019 WN@tL: How Asthma Develops in Children
March 06, 2019 WN@TL: “STAGGERING LOSSES: WORLD WAR 1 AND THE INFLUENZA PANDEMIC OF 1918”
February 27, 2019 WN@tL: Eliminating Avoidable Blindness Worldwide
February 20, 2019 WN@tL: The Impact of the Niagara Escarpment on the Development of Wisconsin
February 13, 2019 WN@tL: Hunting Origins of Plant Diversity in the Tibetan Plateau
February 06, 2019 WN@tL: Molecular Me: Exploring the social implications of the genomics revolution
January 23, 2019 WN@tL: Mysteries of Glacial Slip and Landform Development
January 16, 2019 WN@tL: Reducing Poverty via Researcher, Practitioner, and Community Partnerships
January 09, 2019 WN@tL: Healthy Minds for a Lifetime
December 19, 2018 WN@tL: Disability in the 'Dark Ages'
December 12, 2018 WN@tL: Busy as which Bee? Comparing Foraging by Bumble Bees vs Honey Bees in WI
December 05, 2018 WN@tL: Designing Electric Motorcycles for Motorcycle Races
November 28, 2018 WN@tL: The 'All of Us' Nationwide Health Database Initiative
November 14, 2018 WN@tL: Invisible Wounds of War: On the 100th Anniversary of WWI
November 13, 2018 Plato Lecture: Midterm Election Results & Implications
November 07, 2018 WN@tL: WWI & The Flu Pandemic at the UW
October 31, 2018 WN@tL: 20 Years of Human Embryonic Stem Cells
October 27, 2018 Feed Your Mind: Cooking for Brain Health
October 25, 2018 The Institute on Aging’s 30th annual colloquium
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October 17, 2018 WN@tL: The Old Wisconsin Idea & The New UW Cooperative Extension
October 10, 2018 WN@tL: The Influenza of 1918-1919
October 03, 2018 WN@tL: 100+ Years of Influenza Double Header
October 01, 2018 Resilience in Brain Aging
September 26, 2018 WN@tL: VIRUS-VECTOR INTERACTIONS: POTENTIAL FOR BIORATIONAL CONTROL
September 19, 2018 WN@tL: RESEARCH ETHICS, HIGHER PURPOSES AND CHALLENGES FACING SCIENCE
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September 12, 2018 WN@tL: Ecology and Evolution of Carnivorous Plants
September 11, 2018 Space Place: The Space Shuttle Columbia Accident
September 05, 2018 WN@tL: On the Archeology of Teotihuacan
August 29, 2018 WN@tL: This Summer's Breakthrough in Multi-Messenger Astronomy
August 22, 2018 WN@tL: Mapping the Springs of Wisconsin
August 15, 2018 WN@tL: The Buzz Report -- The Year So Far in Wisconsin Insects
August 08, 2018 WN@tL: The Insect Research Collection of the UW Department of Entomology
August 01, 2018 WN@tL: Archeology of Wisconsin's Effigy Mounds
July 25, 2018 WN@tL: A Trillion Bases a Day -- Advances in DNA Sequencing
July 18, 2018 WN@tL: Milking Machines: The First 100 Years
July 11, 2018 WN@tL: Mixed Emotions: A Peek into the Emotional World of Infants
June 27, 2018 WN@tL: Hurricanes: Understanding Earth's Most Powerful Storms
June 27, 2018 University League 2018 summer tour
June 20, 2018 WN@tL: Urban Solar Farming: 2018 Update
June 13, 2018 WN@tL: The Outlook for the Botany Greenhouses & Garden
June 06, 2018 WN@tL: Next Generation of Nuclear Reactors
June 05, 2018 Badger Cafe: Molecular Me: Exploring the Social Implications of the Genomics Revolution
May 30, 2018 WN@tL: Finding and Recovering First Lieutenant Frank Fazekas
May 23, 2018 WN@tL: The Origin of Life as a Chemical Ecological Problem
May 21, 2018 Attic Angel - Art and life: why contemporary art matters
May 14, 2018 Attic Angel - Structural Art -- Suspension Bridges, Tall Buildings
May 09, 2018 University League Luncheon -- The Inimitable Leotha Stanley
May 07, 2018 Attic Angel - Restorative Justice
April 30, 2018 Attic Angel - Simpson Street Free Press
April 17, 2018 The New Mutants: Superheroes and the Radical Imagination of American Comics
April 14, 2018 Life After 60 Retreat (hosted by Sharing Active Independent Lives)
April 13, 2018 UW Madison Undergraduate Symposium
April 12, 2018 Forum on Philanthropy
March 28, 2018 WN@tL: The Opioid Crisis: A Historical Perspective
March 21, 2018 WN@tL: “Advanced Analytics for Emergency Response, Bracketology, and Beyond!”
March 21, 2018 University League Luncheon "A View from the Bench"
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February 12, 2018 Attic Angel - Adams and Jefferson: Contrasting Aspirations
February 05, 2018 Attic Angel - Climate Change in Wisconsin


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