Monthly Archives: October 2014

Postdoc Shares Latest Research with National Seed Bank

Picture a library but instead of books, thousands upon thousands of seed packets on every shelf. The USDA’s National Center for Genetic Resource Preservation in Ft. Collins, CO, is a secure 5,000-square-foot storage facility for more than half a million … Continue reading

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NIMBioS Fall Hike: Grotto Falls and Brushy Mountain

One of the great perks of working at NIMBioS is the number of folks who love to get outside and climb up mountains together. On Saturday,┬áNIMBioS friends and families ventured into the beautiful autumnal scenery in the Great Smoky Mountains … Continue reading

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Building New Connections at SACNAS 2014

This year’s Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) Annual Conference in Los Angeles had a mighty NIMBioS presence: two members of the the NIMBioS leadership team, two postdoctoral researchers, and four SRE undergraduates all … Continue reading

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