The Secret Social Life of Bacteria

Maggie Fink

Tuesday January 9th 2024 - 6:30 pm ET

Leighton Auditorium, Main Branch, St. Joseph County Public Library

Have you ever wondered how bacteria communicate, cooperate, and even compete in ways that impact our health, environment, and beyond? More than just making us sick, bacteria form alliances, wage wars, and orchestrate remarkable feats on a scale so small, yet so influential. In this talk we will unravel some of the microbial mysteries that shape our lives, and gain a new appreciation for the invisible hidden dramas unfolding all around us.

Speaker: Maggie Fink, National Science Foundation Fellowship Award winner and Ph.D. candidate studying bacterial behavior at the University of Notre Dame

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