Events - Scott Chimileski Photography - Into the microbial world

Upcoming Events


> May 10, 2018 - MIT Museum, Bacterial Bonanza

> June 1, 2018 - Boston Bacterial Meeting, Communication & Public Engagement Panelist

> July 21, 2018 - Association of Medical Illustrators conference, with Roberto Kolter

> October, 2018 - The Eden Project in Cornwall, UK - Workshop and public lecture, Details TBA

Partial List of Invited Talks


> Metcalf Institute at Univ. of Rhode Island, Stunning Photographic Exploration of the Microbial World, with Roberto Kolter, 4/12/2018

> Harvard Coop, Book talk, 4/11/2018

> University of Connecticut, Undergraduate Microbiology Club Special Seminar, 4/9/2018

> Harvard Museum of Natural History, 3/29/2018

   Facebook Live tour of the Microbial Life exhibitionhosted by Harvard University

   And,  The Invisible Forces Behind Our Favorite Foods

> Harvard Museum of Natural History, Microbial Life: A Universe at the Edge of Sight, Exhibition Opening with Roberto Kolter, 02/2018 

     Watch this public lecture on the HMNH YouTube channel

     Skip to the part when I show the audience a live tardigrade

BU Microbiome Day, Life at the Edge of Sight, with Roberto Kolter, 2/2018

> Wellesley College, Wonders of the Microbial World, 2/2018

> Yale School of Medicine, Wonders of the Microbial World, with Roberto Kolter, 11/2017

> Harvard Museum of Natural History, Wonders of the Microbial World, Book Launch with Roberto Kolter, 10/2017

     Watch this public lecture on the HMNH YouTube channel

> MIT Museum, Microbes, Not So Small After All. Bacterial Bonanza, 5/2017

> MIT Microbial Systems seminar, Time-lapse, ultra-high resolution photography and 3D modeling of macroscopic microbial structures, 5/2017

> Rutgers University, Capturing and communicating the secrets of the microbial world, 4/2017

> Harvard Microbial Sciences Initiative, Chalk Talk, What is a microbe?, 4/2017

> MIT Microbiome Club, Imaging the secrets of the microbial world, 3/2017

> New England Biolabs, Microbes are Beautiful, Passion in Science Awards, 10/2016

     Watch this short talk on the NEB YouTube channel

> Olin College, The social biology of bacteria and archaea, 10/2015

> Northeast Microbiology (NEMPET), Social features of an archaeon, 6/2015

> Boston Bacterial Meeting, Social motility in Haloferax volcanii as an archaeal collective behavior, 6/2015

Powered by SmugMug Log In