So you Think You’re Alone? How Bacteria Get Around and Make the World Go Around
October 10 and 12 • 3 p.m. - 4 p.m. • Rawls College of Business Administration, Room 101 • Taught by Michael San Francisco, professor of biology and dean of the Honors College
Did you know that microbial cells outnumber your own body cells on and in your body? Did you know that the very first step before proteins get made involves bacteria? Do you know that there are more bacteria on the planet than all other life forms combined? Do you know how petroleum and oxygen and methane are formed? Do you think you can live without bacteria?-think again!