On August 25, 4–5 p.m., Rausser College is hosting the next Martin Meyerson Berkeley Faculty Research Lecture, a 107-year-old campus tradition that celebrates excellence in research at Berkeley. Steven Lindow, professor of Plant and Microbial Biology, will present a talk titled “Understanding Microbial Life on Leaves.” Lindow is a world leader in the environmental and ecological sciences, and his research reveals the complex interactions between microbes, plants, and the environment. View the event here:
“Understanding Microbial Life on Leaves”
Steven Lindow, Professor of Plant and Microbial Biology
Live webcast: Tuesday, August 25, 4–5 p.m.
Since 1912, the Academic Senate has annually selected faculty members who are exceptionally distinguished for scholarly research, to serve as the Faculty Research Lecturers. These free public events offer a unique opportunity for the community to hear from the very people who are transforming knowledge at Berkeley and in our world. Visit the Martin Meyerson Berkeley Faculty Research Lectures website for additional information.