Inaugural NemaSym RCN Meeting
August 9-15, 2009. Madison, WI. This meeting was held in conjunction with the 6th congress of the International Symbiosis Society
Theme: Contributions of Bacteria to Nematode Development, Nutrition, and Behavior
The inaugural network meeting had two primary purposes: to lay the groundwork for success of RCN education and research goals and to exchange knowledge and emerging symbiosis theory with the broader Symbiosis community.
Workshop: “Nematode-bacterium symbioses in educational curricula”
This workshop introduced nematode-bacterium symbioses in K-graduate curricula to educate society and scientists about the fundamental role of microbes in. A session of the ISS Congress is dedicated as a teaching workshop, and network members will participate in this forum.