Microbes and Methane

Kenneth Noll, professor of molecular and cell biology.

Kenneth Noll, professor of molecular and cell biology, explains the process of methane production by microbes in woodland ponds.

Noll specializes in the study of thermophilic (heat-loving) microbes that live in high-temperature environments, such as hot springs and deep sea vents.

To hear him, click here.

His talk was first aired on WAMC, the PBS station in Albany, N.Y., as an Academic Minute, and hosted in print by Inside Higher Education.

Thanks to WAMC for the station’s permission to post this spot.
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