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CBE News for 2011
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March 31, 2011
Phil Stewart, PhD and CBE Director, presented "Chronic Infections:  The Biofilm Hypothesis," to a live audience at Cafe' Scientifique in Bozeman on March 10. Cafe'Scientifique is co-sponsored by the Montana INBRE and COBRE programs at MSU. The Café Scientifique is based on the French Café Philosophique and has recently spread to a handful of locations in the United States. Community members come together in a friendly locale after work and hear a short talk on an interesting current scientific topic.

March 30, 2011
The family of John Neuman has set up a fund in support of student research at the CBE in John’s memory. An enduring friend and supporter of the CBE, John was the CBE’s Technical Operations Manager for 14 years, retiring in 2008; he passed away February 20, 2011.  To make a donation, click here

March 25, 2011
The CBE is pleased to welcome new member companies, Reckitt Benckiser and STERIS, to the Industrial Associates program.

March 24, 2011
Betsey Pitts
, CBE Research Associate and Microscope Facilities Manager, was one of five recipients of the 2011 Montana State University Employee Recognition Award, selected from a group of 59 nominees.

March 4, 2011
Read the latest publications from CBE faculty and research scientists.

March 4, 2011
Catch CBE faculty, researchers, and students on the move.

February 22, 2011
The CBE received sad news in February: Former CBE Technical Operations Manager John Neuman passed away on Sunday, February 20, 2011, after a brief illness.

February 11, 2011
The CBE is proud to announce the 2011 W.G. Characklis Outstanding Student Award to Mari Eggers and Anitha Sundararajan.

January 12, 2011
Three CBE associated faculty members—pictured at right, from top: Otto Stein, Matthew Fields, and Brent Peyton—were among the recipients of Montana State University's 2011 faculty awards in January.