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Dehalococcoides & KB-1® Story Highlighted in University of Guelph Guest Lecture

SiREM regularly connects with students and faculty at colleges and universities. As part of this initiative, Phil Dennis, a Senior Manager, at SiREM will present “Cleaning up Chlorinated Solvents in Groundwater the Dehalococcoides and KB-1 Story” to approximately 300 undergraduates in the University of Guelph course Introduction to Microbiology on March 30, 2017.

SiREM would like to thank instructors Dr. Emma Allen-Vercoe and Dr. Lucy Mutharia for this opportunity to reach out to tomorrow’s microbiology leaders.

Pam Wood

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