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BIOSCIENCES DIVISION

Research projects in the Division range from fundamental studies of genome sequences using molecular biology and computational strategies as well as experimental validation of protein structure/function to detailed analysis of field samples for the characterization of natural biochemical processes at the molecular level.

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The mission of the Biosciences Division is to use state-of-the-art technology to conduct multidisciplinary basic research that will increase our understanding of the fundamental molecular mechanisms of life with the goal of enabling important advances in environmental protection and remediation, energy production and sustainability, and human health and welfare.
A new study from Argonne provides a detailed analysis of the microbes that live in houses and apartments.Philippe Noirot is the new division director of the Biosciences division at Argonne National Laboratory
January 9, 2015 — Q: What do you see as the grand challenges in the biosciences right now, and how is the Biosciences division addressing these challenges?. Read more.
A new study from Argonne provides a detailed analysis of the microbes that live in houses and apartments.Researchers study grapevine microbiota
March 26, 2015 — When we drive past sunny fields of grapes, we might think we're seeing how they are doing but much more is going on invisible to the human eye : vines and roots teeming with bacteria, viruses and fungi that all impact how those grapes will grow.. Read more.
A new study from Argonne provides a detailed analysis of the microbes that live in houses and apartments.Home is where the microbes are: Home Microbiome Project announces results of study on household microbes
August 28, 2014 — A study published in Science that was conducted by researchers from Argonne and the University of Chicago provides a detailed analysis of the microbes that live in houses and apartments. The results shed light on the complicated interaction between humans and the microbes that live on and around us. Read more.
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Roser MatamalaRoser Matamala
Roser Matamala is a terrestrial ecologist who specializes in biogeochemistry and global change research. Read more.

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