EPSCoR - Montana NSF

Yellowstone National Park Conference
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Montana NSF EPSCoR along with the Thermal Biology Institute co-sponsored the Research Coordination Network Conference held in Yellowstone National Park on January 10-13, 2008. This conference brought together over 100 researchers who study Yellowstone National Park to discuss projects and interact with other scientists and resource managers. The conference was hosted by the Research Coordination Network, an NSF-funded project and included scientists involved in Montana EPSCoR's "Hydrogen to the Environment" research initiative. This face-to face meeting allowed researchers to enhance collaborations and provide input to the web-based database and Metagenomics project.

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Alice Ortman of MSU and Kendra Mitchell of the University of New Mexico socialize during a break at the RCN Conference in January 2008. The conference was co-sponsored by the Thermal Biology Institute and MT NSF EPSCoR

Matthew Kane, Division of Environmental Biology Program Office for NSF, presented at the RCN Conference