Deep Sea Vent Display

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Voyages Through Time
August 2008

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Project Exploration
August 13th, 2008

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Astrobiology Teacher Professional Development
July 2008

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Some Like is Hot, MOSS camp
July 7-11, 2008

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Teacher Professional Development: 
Thermal Biology of Yellowstone National Park

June 23-27, 2008

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ParKids
June 12th 2008

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Greater Yellowstone Coalition Annual Meeting
June 6th

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Earliest Life: A Microbial World
April 2008

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AbSciCon Meeting
April 14- 18, 2008

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Science Saturdays at Museum of the Rockies
April 5th 2008

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Fieldtrip for the Molecular Biosciences Graduate Program
March 2008

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Girls for Change
March 22

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Music Extravaganza
March 6th 2008

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Workshop for Bozeman Area Teachers
March 4th 2008

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Teacher Workshop for Billings Area Teachers
February21st

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Science Saturdays at the Museum of the Rockies
February 2008

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Field Guide to Bacteria Book Signing and Lecture
February 2008

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Research Coordination Network
January 2008

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Yellowstone Speakers Series
January 28th 2008

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TBI Supports Snowmobile Guides in Yellowstone National Park
January 19th, January 27th 2008

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Rural Schools in Montana

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Science content and hands-on experiences with Thermal Biology
January 18th
 

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Gifted and Talented program visited MSU this spring

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The Gallatin County Science Fair

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FREE TBI Community Lecture at the Museum of the Rockies -- Wednesday, February, 13th
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HOT SCIENCE!Free Talk at the Museum of the Rockies
January 23rd. 5:00-6:30pm—Reception and exhibit viewing; 7:00pm—Earliest LifeLecture by Dr. David Ward
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Yellowstone Research Coordination Network Conference
January 10th -13th at Mammoth Hot Springs, YNP.
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Batiking Yellowstone
December 4-5
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Understanding pH
November 30
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Hot Science and MSU for a Day
November 28
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DNA extraction
Science Fun Night at the Museum of the Rockies
November 19
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Join the Thermal Biology Institute for Volcano Days
November 4, 12-5
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Yellowstone field trip for Montana science teachers on Saturday October 20
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TBI Receives the 2007 MSTA Award of Recognition of Superior Achievement in Science Education - Group.
MSTA
recognizes science teachers, university persons, administrators, and organizations that have made substantial contributions to science education in Montana and beyond each year.  The award was presented to TBI at the annual meeting on October 19, 2007 in Belgrade during  the MEA-MFT statewide conference.

Movie Premiere Wednesday, October 17th Free and Open to the Public
The Thermal Biology Institute Presents: Hot Science is cool!
INVISIBLE YELLOWSTONE
-- Burns Technology Center Studio 1080
in the EPS Atrium, Montana State Universityl; Reception 6-8 pm
& Film showing 7 pm Poster

TBI and Yellowstone National Park
TBI continues its strong partnership with the Park
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TBI and Teachers
The Thermal Biology Institute hosted its 5th (WOW!) Master’s in Science in Science Education field class for practicing teachers June 18-22
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Girls in Science with Project Exploration July 18th
TBI education specialist and middle school teacher Kim Popham, along with Ph.D. student Dana Skorupa, MSU geology professor Dr. Todd Feeley, and researcher Dr. Julie Hamblock introduced twelve 9th and 10th grade girls from Chicago to the wonders of Yellowstone in a day long field trip to explore thermal areas.
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Geology Field Trip July 24-25
The Thermal Biology Institute continues to provide opportunities for teachers to learn more about Yellowstone and the wide variety of geological processes that make it one of the most active and interesting examples of modern day vulcanology.
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New!!! Hot Waters summer camp with MOSS
June 25th-29th Living in Hot Water!   Week-long summer camp with TBI and the Montana Outdoor Science School (MOSS).
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Undergraduate research support
TBI continues to support undergraduate learning.  The TBI Outreach team was happy to continue our tradition of providing hands-on learning opportunities to undergraduates during the summer. 
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SALE Park TourJune 8th
The TBI Outreach office had the unique opportunity to share thermal biology science with scientists who were attending the international SALE conference (Subglacial Antarctic Lake Environments) held in Big Sky June 6,7,8th.
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Watershed FestivalMay 19th
TBI participated in the 9th annual Watershed Festival, which was organized by the Montana Outdoor Science School. Almost 800 people came to the Fish Technology Center outside of Bozeman to enjoy a host of events. 
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Hot Waters Workshop on February 14th, 2007
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TBI Presents at the 16th Annual Montana
Environmental Education Association Conference
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Unfolding the Mystery of Proteins, Yellowstone Science Vol 15 Nr1 2007

TBI research is featured on the cover of the most recent issue of Yellowstone Science! The article, “The Mystery of Protein Stability”, explores the importance of proteins in the cell, the differences between thermostable proteins and regular proteins, and the potential applications of unique Yellowstone enzymes. Read more…

TBI scientists featured by National Geographic
February 25th 2007
National Geographic Wild Chronicles Highlights Yellowstone
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TBI scientist shares hot and cold viruses with kids
Brian Bothner, MSU Biochemist and TBI faculty member, spent Tuesday, February 14th with 7th grade students at the Belgrade Middle School.
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Join the Thermal Biology Institute for Volcano Days January 28th as we join forces with the Bozeman Children’s Museum and other education providers in the community for a fun filled afternoon of educational activities that explore Volcanoes. Read more…

TBI Virus Hunters Participate in PBS Pilot. TBI researchers Trevor Douglas and Mark Young sample viruses from Yellowstone hot springs. The application of their work is featured in a PBS television pilot, Wired Science, airing January 3rd, 2006. Read more...

Thermal Biology Hot Science! Workshop July 9-112006
The Thermal Biology Institute sponsored an intensive 3-day workshop
for area middle school teachers July 9-11th. Read more…

Electronic Field Trip :: Hot Colors - Windows into Hidden Worlds
Premiered September 8, 2004 >> TBI sponsored the development of an electronic field trip with the YNP Division of Interpretation. TBI worked with the Formal Education Division and the Earthtalk Studios to develop an interactive field trip about Yellowstone fascinating hot microbiology where extreme environments are the norm. Read more...

University of Washington Astrobiology Students
Join TBI in Yellowstone
Unseen World Comes to Life with the Help
of a TBI Researcher
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