Microbial Insights invites you to sign up for one of our featured webinars. The professional webinars are typically hosted by one or more of our highly qualified staff and/or in conjunction with other industry related leaders. These presentations and discussions focus on a range of topics and place emphasis on application of the latest advances in diagnostic tools within the remediation industry. At these events you will likely find useful and practical information on almost all contaminants including chlorinated solvents and petroleum hydrocarbons.

Below are links to register for upcoming webinars or to review past recorded webinars.  In order to review the past webinars, you will need QuickTime or another media player compaitable for .mov files.

Future Webinars

“Evaluating Vapor Intrusion with Compound Specific Isotope Analysis (CSIA): Considerations for Sample Collection, Analysis and Interpretation”

John Mitchell (ESC Lab Sciences) and Dr. Sam Rosolina (Microbial Insights)

July 12th, 2017 11am EDT

 

“Applications of Bio-Traps for Environmental Site Diagnostics”

Dr. Kerry Sublette (University of Tulsa)

August 30, 2017 11am EDT

     Professor Frank Loeffler (University of Tennessee)

1,4-Dioxane Degradation by Monooxygenase-expressing Bacteria

     Dr. Shaily Mahendra (University of California)

Anaerobic Bioremediation of DNAPLs

     Dr. Robert Borden (North Carolina State University)

Microbial Degradation of 1,4 Dioxane

Did TCE Degradation Stall at cis-DCE? Use Monitoring Data and Stable Isotope Analysis to Make a Determination

     Dr. John Wilson (U.S. EPA)

Microbial Degradation of Vinyl Chloride: Organisms, Pathways and Monitoring Tools

     Dr. Frank Loeffler (University of Tennessee)

Optimization Framework for a Large-Scale CVOC Bioremediation Project Following Thermal Remediation of a Source Area

     Dr. Lucas Hellerich and Matthew Panciera (AECOM)

Enhanced Anaerobic Bioremedation of TCE at Two Related Sites: A Tale of Different Outcomes

     Dr. Stephanie Fiorenza (BP) and Dr. Glenn Ulrich (Parsons)

Tertiary Butyl Alcohol Production and Biodegradation: What we know, what’s new and what’s unresolved

     Professor Michael Hyman (North Carolina State University)

Nitrification in Drinking Water Distribution Systems

     Marsha Pryor (Department of Environment and Infrastructure Pinellas County, FL)

Observations from Molecular Biological Tool (MBT) Use in a Multi-site Portfolio

     Jack Sheldon (Antea Group)

‘Omics’ the Fantasy is Over, We Need Multiple Lines of Evidence

     Dr. Terry Hazen (University of TN)

Microbial Influenced Corrosion in Fully Integrated Kraft Pulp and Paper Mills

     Crawford Baird (Georgia-Pacific)

The Contribution of Abiotic Transformations on Magnetite and Iron Sulfides to the Natural Attenuation of Chlorinated Solvents in Groundwater

     Dr. John Wilson (Scissortail Environmental)

An Integrated Approach for Deducing Degradation Pathways at Sites Contaminated With Chlorinated Ethylenes

Todd Wiedemeier (T.H. Wiedemeier and Associates)

Mythbusters – Misconceptions in Environmental Remediation

Dr. Frank Loeffler, Dr. John Wilson, Dr. Michael Hyman and Dr. Kerry Sublette

Applications of Bio-Traps for Site Diagnostics

Dr. Kerry Sublette

The Microbial Insights Database

Dora Ogles

Mythbusters Part II – Misconceptions in Environmental Remediation

Dr. Frank Loeffler, Dr. John Wilson, Dr. Michael Hyman and Dr. Kerry Sublette

Molecular Biological Tools: Insider Information and the Questions You Should Be Asking

Dora Ogles-Taggart, Microbial Insights Inc.

CSIA vs. SIP:  What is the difference and how do I use them?

Dr. Kerry Sublette

Metagenomics and Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) Results: How to Make the Most of Your Data without Jumping to Conclusions– Bioremediation Focus

Metagenomics and Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) Results: How to Make the Most of Your Data without Jumping to Conclusions– Corrosion Focus

Dora Taggart, Microbial Insights Inc.

Two Part Webinar:  1.  Lesson Learned from Past EVO Projects; and  2.  Remediapedia – Tech Transfer in the 21st Century

Dr. Robert Borden, NC State University