Lightbox project video in production

Following our recent publication on the effect of light on house dust; Fahimipour et al. 2018. "Daylight exposure modulates bacterial communities associated with household dust", some of our undergraduate students have been developing a short video that describes the...

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New publication on daylight and dust communities!

We are pleased to announce that our latest publication is now available! Daylight exposure modulates bacterial communities associated with household dust Ashkaan K. Fahimipour , Erica M. Hartmann, Andrew Siemens, Jeff Kline, David A. Levin, Hannah Wilson, Clarisse M....

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Your Microbiome and Your Phone

Your Microbiome and Your Phone

Written by Samantha Velazquez, Edited by Mira Zimmerman and Sue Ishaq If you were to guess what someone might be carrying in their pockets, a cell phone would be a safe choice.  It is almost not a guess at all; these days it is rare to be surrounded by people and not...

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Welcome Back Gwynne!

BioBE is warmly welcoming back Gwynne Mhuireach, but this time as a Postdoctoral Researcher! She earned her PhD in Landscape Architecture this spring, focusing on outdoor microbiology. As a doctoral candidate, she worked for BioBE on projects including daylighting...

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BioBE has an open Lab Manager position!

BioBE is looking for a Lab Manager and Technician; the full position description and application can be found here. Review of Applications Begins August 27th, 2018; position open until filled. Special Instructions to Applicants  Submit your application online and...

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Congratulations to Our Graduates!

As our graduates begin their careers in various fields, we want to congratulate them on their contributions to the science and design communities. They have been an essential part of BioBE and ESBL, helping to mold environmental design. We wish them all the best!...

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Design the Unseen Course

For his first teaching assignment at the University of Oregon, Mark Fretz taught an advanced technology course to architectural students at the University of Oregon, Portland, called "Design the Unseen".  Mark is the Director of Knowledge Exchange at the Institute for...

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BioBE Receives New UO-OHSU Seed Funding Award

BioBE has received funding for a new project as part of the new University of Oregon - Oregon Health Sciences University (UO-OHSU) Collaborative Seed Grant Program! BioBE's Dr. Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg, and Dr. Bob Martindale, Professor of Surgery, Chief of...

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Open Post-Doc position with BioBE!

BioBE (and ESBL) are looking for a post doc to come join our dynamic group of interdisciplinary scholars.!  Application and details here. Department: ESBL/BioBE Rank: Postdoctoral Scholar Annual Basis: 12 Month Review of Applications Begins June 26, 2018; open until...

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BioBE/ESBL Welcomes Mira to the Team!

  Hello! My name is Mira Zimmerman, and I am the new BioBE/ESBL blogger and web designer! I will be helping with social media and BioBE/ESBL website management.     I am currently an undergrad at the University of Oregon, working towards a Humanities major with minors...

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#BuildHealth2018 Meeting Announced

BioBE is gearing up for the second-annual Industry Consortium event on May 17th and 18th in Portland.  Last year, BioBE and ESBL held the inaugural Health + Energy Research Consortium event in May 2017, which brought researchers and practitioners into one room to talk...

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Rich case studies

I recently gave a lecture on research methods to Siobhan Rockcastle's ARCH 410/510 Human-Centric Environments course at the University of Oregon. Choosing the design of the UO's Lillis Hall (ca. 2000) and BioBE's subsequent sampling campaign (2010) as a case study, I...

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Upcoming presentations at Indoor Air 2018

BioBE researchers will be giving two oral presentations at the Indoor Air 2018 conference this summer!  This will be the 15th Conference of the International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate (ISIAQ), and will take place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center,...

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Tour of the Baker Lighting Lab

BioBE researchers spend quite a bit of time writing grant proposals.  In particular, over the last few months I (Sue Ishaq) have been co-writing proposals which expand our understanding of indoor lighting on human health and behavior, the indoor microbiome, and energy...

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Participate in a research survey online

Looking to participate in research?  Amir Nezamdoost, a graduate research fellow in Energy Studies in Buildings Laboratory, is collecting survey data for his PhD dissertation.  Amir's dissertation is about developing a rating system to score the quality of window view...

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Mushroom hunting with Bill Walton

Mushroom hunting with Bill Walton

Last week, BioBE's resident mycologist, Dr. Roo Vandegrift, and Dr. Bitty Roy, a Professor in the Institute of Ecology and Evolution here at UO (and Roo's advisor during his Ph.D.), spoke with basketball legend Bill Walton about mushrooms.  The story and several clips...

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Twelve Days at the University of Oregon

Written by Dr. Rich Corsi, edited by Sue Ishaq and Jeff Kline. Several months ago, I connected with Dr. Kevin van Den Wymelenberg at the University of Oregon about the interaction between indoor microbiology and indoor chemistry, and several other common interests. ...

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Design Champs: Daylight and Microbes

This week, BioBE held the third session of our "Design Champions" webinar series, which we have been developing over the last few months as a means of actively communicating our work with industry professionals.  Design Champs brings together a small number of...

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National Academies of Science MoBE meeting

National Academies of Science MoBE meeting

In mid-October, The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine co-hosted the MoBE 2017 (Microbiology of the Built Environment) Research and Applications Symposium, in Washington, D.C.  The meeting brings together...

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Alfred P. Sloan Foundation renews BioBE funding!

Dr. Van Den Wymelenberg, Biology and the Built Environment Center PI and Co-Director, is excited to announce that the Center has secured another two years of funding from The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and their Microbiology of the Built Environment (MoBE) program. ...

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OCCRI Mini-Conference

We attended the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute Mini-Conference at Oregon State University on 10/18/17. This half-day event featured 4 minute lightning talks on a broad gamut of climate change related topics, including presentations on atmospheric modeling,...

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Design Champs

Last week, the staff of the Biology and the Built Environment Center presented cutting-edge science from the Center and beyond to a group of interested practitioners. The Design Champs webinar series is intended to communicate new scientific advances in the field of...

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So long, summer!

So long, summer!

Written by Hannah Wilson The beginning of my summer was dedicated to moving the BioBE center’s molecular biology lab to a new location on campus. I dedicated the next part of my summer to finishing the DNA extractions for ~350 swab samples collected from cohort 2 of...

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Round up of ESA conference

The 2017 ESA meeting in Portland, OR, which took place August 6-11, created a flurry of imagination here in Eugene: Roo Vandegrift left with a large hash of approximately 275 live-tweets, Sue Ishaq left with a jumbled pile of hastily scribbled notes in the program...

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Report from the Mycological Society

In July, one of our own, Dr. Roo Vandegrift, went to the annual Mycological Society of America (MSA) meeting, held just outside of Atlanta, Georgia, in the college town of Athens. He went to learn what others in the field are up to, and present work from the BioBE...

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BioBE and ESBL are seeking a new Office Manager!

BioBE and ESBL are looking to a hire an office manager to support our teams!  The full position description and application can be found here. The position will serve as the primary business officer in charge of coordinating and supporting both labs’ fiscal and...

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HERC Recap: Artist Morgan Maiolie

How do you illustrate the microbiome of bacterial, fungal and viral communities to architects, engineers and building equipment manufacturers?  You commission an artist! During the events of Health and Energy Research Consortium, Morgan Maiolie was busy with a brush...

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Dr. Sue Ishaq joins the BioBE team!

Dr. Sue Ishaq joins the BioBE team!

Hello, readers! I'm Dr. Sue Ishaq, the newest Research Assistant Professor hire in the BioBE center at the University of Oregon.  I've been at the center for two weeks now, and I thought I'd introduce myself as I'll soon be a regular contributor to the center's...

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Health + Energy Research Consortium

The Biology and the Built Environment Center (BioBE) and Energy Studies in Buildings Laboratory (ESBL) at the University of Oregon, are pleased to announce the launch of the the Health + Energy Research Consortium!  On May 4-5, 2017, in Portland Oregon, we begin our...

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EPA Progress Meeting

Jeff Kline presented BioBE's project, "The Impact of Weatherization on Microbial Ecology and Human Health" at EPA's Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Indoor Air & Climate Change Progress Review Meeting and Webinar.  The meeting was held in December in Washington, D.C....

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Cleanliness in Context

The BioBE Center just published a white paper, titled "Hand Hygiene in the 21st Century: Cleanliness in Context" that examines the history and current literature on hygiene. Specifically, the paper focuses on the role of hand drying and the debate in the literature...

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Lake Arrowhead Microbial Genomics

Postdoc Roxana Hickey presented "Microbial interactions between humans and the built environment" at the 21st Lake Arrowhead Microbial Genomics meeting held in Lake Arrowhead, California on September 18-22, 2016 (slide deck below). The biannual conference hosted more...

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BioBe research highlighted in LabRoots webinar

BioBE postdoc Roxana Hickey presented a live webinar highlighting past and ongoing BioBE research in the LabRoots Microbiology and Immunology Virtual Event held on September 7-8, 2016. Her talk, titled "Exploring the Great Indoors: The Built Environment and Human...

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Recent activities at the BioBE Center

April was a busy month at the BioBE Center! Read more about our recent activities below: BioBE Center Director Jessica Green presented "Building Wellness: Creating Healthier Homes, Hospitals, and Offices with Microbiology" at the Heinz Distinguished Lecture Series...

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BioBE meets BuildWell

Erica Hartmann presented BioBE research at the 2016 BuildWell conference in San Francisco. Held at the beautiful Golden Gate Club, BuildWell brings together architects, builders, financial experts, manufacturers, and researchers to discuss how to make buildings...

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Engaging the Design Profession

Bringing together facilities professionals from the regional healthcare industry, the seminar "Creating Healthy Buildings: Natural Light and Ventilation Design in Healthcare Applications" was held April 22, Earth Day, at the Energy Studies in Buildings Laboratory's...

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Come work with us!

The BioBE Center is currently seeking a bioinformatics postdoctoral research scholar to explore fundamental questions in microbial ecology and evolution. Applicants must have a Ph.D. with extensive training using bioinformatics to understand the ecology and/or...

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Join us in Atlanta in May!

BioBE has had 2 panel presentations accepted for the American Institute of Architects (AIA) National Convention 2015. This is the largest and pre-eminent architectural convention in the U.S. The first panel, titled “Architecture, Engineering, Biology, and Health:...

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Healthy Buildings Workshop

In collaboration with SRG Partnership and Mazzetti, ESBL will be offering a workshop in early 2015 for healthcare facility professionals. ESBL's portion of the half-day event will describe current research on built environment microbiomes and its implications for...

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BioBE in GEO Magazine

    BioBE research is featured in a new article in GEO Magazine. Titled "Die Wildnis im Wohnzimmer" ("The Wilderness in the Living Room") and written by Ute Eberle, the article discusses the human and built environment microbiome experiments that use ESBL's climate...

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Update from BioBE Alum in Denmark

Since January 2014, former BioBE Graduate Research Fellow Max Moriyama has been working at the Danish architecture firm Tredje Natur (or 'Third Nature' in English). The office explores the potentials of nature in the city, and specializes in climate-adaptive design,...

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Best Research Video!

The BioBE video "Clouds in a Box" was submitted to Oregon BESTFEST's video contest and was judged Best Research Video at their annual conference in Portland, Oregon, in September, 2014. This short video describes the preparations and activities for a recent experiment...

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Indoor Air 2014 in Hong Kong

James Meadow is recently back from Hong Kong, where he was presenting new BioBE research at the 2014 Indoor Air meeting. Indoor microbiology research was very well represented in a series of packed sessions sponsored by the Sloan Foundation. Discussions throughout the...

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Climate Chamber Experiments

Our team has been conducting additional experiments in the Climate Chamber in the Portland ESBL lab this week and will continue into next. We hope to have some of the data prepped for our presentation at the Microbiology of the Built Environment Conference in Boulder,...

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BioBE Animation of the BEMicrobiome

Here's the latest animation of the built environment microbiome created by the BioBE Center with Cameron Slayden (Cosmocyte) and funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. The video can be used under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported...

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2 BioBE Positions Available

  We have two positions available at the BioBE Center.  If you know of awesome candidates or places to spread the word, please do so! Information about the positions, located at the University of Oregon (recently rated by livability.com as one of the top 10 “Best...

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BioMed Central on Surfaces paper

The above graphic accompanied a post on BioMed Central's blog about the Lillis Surfaces paper out recently in the journal Microbiome. The post also discusses an editorial which cites our paper as a model for reproducible science in microbial...

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2014 William R. Sistrom Memorial Scholarship Award

Ashley Bateman was very excited to be selected as a recipient of the 2014 William R. Sistrom Memorial Scholarship, which carries an award of $1300. The William R. Sistrom Memorial Scholarship was created through the generosity of Dorothy Sistrom. The scholarship was...

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Animation Release

The Built Environment Microbiome from BioBE Center on Vimeo. The BioBE Center partnered with XVIVO to produce an animation visualizing microbes in the built environment a while back and it's now published on Vimeo. We're releasing this under the a CC-BY-SA license for...

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BioBE: a ‘Creative Remix’

Eric Berlow and Sean Gourley's recent TED talk entitled "Mapping ideas worth spreading" discusses their application of ecological networks to demonstrate how the catalog of 24,000 TED talks are connected globally. Around minute 5:15 in the video, they begin to talk...

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Jessica at RWJF

Jessica recently paid a visit to the folks at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to talk about how we can utilize our growing understanding of the built environment microbiome to build healthier, more sustainable buildings. Watch her "What's Next Health" interview and...

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AAAR Annual Conference in Portland

Ann Womack will be presenting on the BioBE Center's recently published paper, "Indoor airborne bacterial communities are influenced by ventilation, occupancy, and outdoor air source", at the American Association for Aerosol Research Annual Conference just up the road...

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ESA Minneapolis

James Meadow and Adam Altrichter travelled to Minneapolis for this year's Ecological Society of America Conference where they each presented work from the last year. James talked about the Roller Derby study in a 'Community Assembly and Neutral Theory' session while...

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New Publication in Indoor Air

A new paper just published by members of BioBE is out now, and open access at Indoor Air journal. The study details air samples collected in classrooms at the University of Oregon, and the temporal changes that happen in indoor airborne microbial communities over the...

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Evolution of the Indoor Biome

The National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent) held an exciting meeting focused on investigating evolution of organisms in the built environment, and especially in homes. Three BioBE researchers were in attendance (Ashley Bateman, Gwynne Mhuireach, and James...

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Health in Buildings Roundtable (HiBR)

The webcast on "Making the Human Health Connection: Healthy Buildings, Healthy People and Healthy Communities" on April 23rd was stimulating and informative. Highlights included: Judith Heerwagen's comment that perhaps buildings should be designed more like modern...

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Hidden Dangers in the Air We Breathe

Berkeley Lab researchers work on new building standards after discovering previously unknown indoor air pollutants. "Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) made the discovery that the aggregate health...

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HOPES[19]

Jessica participated in the HOPES[19] Conference at the University of Oregon last week on a panel discussing the "Limits and Opportunities of Design." The panel was comprised of diverse perspectives on building design including experts in sociology, chemistry, and...

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Roller Derby paper out in PeerJ

A new paper led by James Meadow looking at the microbes shared among roller derby teams came out yesterday in the new open access journal PeerJ. There's lots of media coverage going on and a great blog post from the Center's Ashley Bateman. Click here for a list...

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AutoDesk Project Cyborg in NYTimes

Autodesk's "Project Cyborg" is hoping to make a splash at this week's TED Conference in Long Beach, CA and is featured in a NYTimes article. Project Cyborg is described as "a Web-based software platform for delivering a range of services like molecular modeling and...

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UO Architecture 1st in Sustainable Design

The University of Oregon’s architecture program was recently selected as the nation’s number one program for sustainable design education in the 2013 report of architecture schools. The top-ranked program has been recognized multiple times as leading sustainable...

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Skin Microbiome Workshop in Boulder, CO

In mid-October members of the BioBE center, co-director Brendan Bohannan and Biology graduate student Ashley Bateman, attended the Skin Microbiome Workshop in Boulder, CO. The 2-day meeting was facilitated by Rob Knight from UC-Boulder and Wally Buchholz from the...

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BioBE and Autodesk join forces

Jessica Green at TED 2012 from BioBE Center. Jessica Green looks forward to continuing work with Ramtin Attar at Autodesk Research on Project Biodasher . She will visit Carlos Olguin in the San Francisco office to discuss visualization tools for the built environment...

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Indoor Microbiology at ISME 2012

Indoor microbiology was a notable presence at last week's ISME Congress in Copenhagen, Denmark. The biennial summit of the world's microbial ecologists featured research from a growing number of indoor microbiology groups, including the BioBE Center. Tim O'Connor...

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Is Your Office Building Trying to Kill You?

(credit: wired.com. Flickr/Andrew Dupont) The BioBE center was featured in an article on Wired, “Is Your Office Building Trying to Kill You?” Don’t panic! While we may know very little about the indoors, we are working to advance our understanding of the interaction...

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The Cost of Cool

The New York Times article “The Cost of Cool” explains the downside of air-conditioners: “Air-conditioners draw copious electricity, and deliver a double whammy in terms of climate change, since both the electricity they use and the coolants they contain result in...

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Report from “The Great Indoors”

  BioBE scientists recently participated in a special session held at the 97th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America in Portland, Oregon. The session (titled “The Great Indoors: Recent Advances in the Ecology of Built Environments”) was co-organized and...

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Healthy Buildings 2012

Graduate Research Fellow, Gwynne Mhuireach, discussed current BioBE Center research on potential links between sustainable building design and indoor microbial communities at Healthy Buildings 2012 in Brisbane Australia, July 8 - 12. Ventilation rates and methods are...

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Discover Mag talks with BioBE

“Earth’s Last Unexplored Wilderness: Your Very Own Home” in the July-August 2012 issue of Discover Magazine features the BioBE Center and other prominent labs leading the investigation of the indoor microbiome. Members of BioBE talk about center projects including The...

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The Nature of Cities

The recently launched Nature of Cities collective blog looks fantastic.  From the contributors:  The Nature of Cities is a collective of contributors, an essay site devoted to cities as ecological spaces.  Cities are fundamentally ecological spaces. They are...

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Indoor Ecology featured at TEDxPortland

TEDxPortland invited the BioBE Center to speak about indoor ecology and our most recent research at the Lillis Business Complex.  This event was extraordinary.  Featured speakers included architect Gene Sandoval who designed the award winning  John E. Jacqua Academic...

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BioBE Center at TEDMED 2012

BioBE Center members Jessica Green and Keith Herkert were granted Front-Line Scholarships to attend the TEDMED conference from April 10-13. We made many new connections with some amazing and inspiring individuals. More innovative ideas are on the horizon for BioBE...

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BioBE Center Featured in Science

In the February 10 issue of Science, reporter Courtney Humphries profiles the growing community of scientists investigating the built environment microbiome.  The article features Sloan Foundation Program Officer Paula Olsiewski, BioBE Director Jessica Green, and...

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Caitlin Smith Takes Top Honors

As mentioned a few weeks ago, high school sophomore Caitlin Smith presented her study of domestic microbes at the Dallastown science fair on January 28.  Caitlin's work earned her a First Place ranking and advanced her to the county science fair next month....

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BioBE Center: now in Print

The BioBE Center's inaugural article was published today in The ISME Journal (available online via Open Access). In it, Kembel et al. report the influence of architectural design on airborne microbial communities in a Portland-area hospital. As compared to outdoor...

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BioBE at Dallastown Science Fair

Biodiversity of the "mute" button (credit: C. Smith) The BioBE Center has recently had the pleasure of collaborating with high school sophomore Caitlin Smith on her science fair project.  Caitlin, a student at Dallastown Area High School in Dallastown PA, contacted...

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BioBE Center at TEDMED 2011

The Pioneer Program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation invited the BioBE Center to TEDMED 2011 to explore TEDMED's Twenty Great Challenges of Health and Medicine.  BioBE has been assigned to gather information during the conference from TEDMED attendees about...

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BioBE at 2011 Oregon BEST Fest

BioBE center member Terry Blomquist presented our work at the 2011 Oregon BEST Fest: “The Pacific Northwest’s premier expo and networking event for renewable energy and sustainable built environment research, development, and commercialization.” The conference served...

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Pradeep Pillai joins BioBE Center

Pradeep Pillai, formerly of the Loreau and Gonzalez labs at McGill University, joined the BioBE Center in August to bring metacommunity theory to bear on microbes in the built environment. We look forward to working with Pradeep to elucidate the hidden dynamics of...

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BioBE Center at ESA

BioBE center members Brendan Bohannan and Ann Womack recently presented center-related research at the annual Ecological Society of America held in Austin, TX August 7-12. Read the abstract for Brendan's oral presentation here, and Ann's poster presentation abstract...

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Vacant lots and the urban microbiome

The NYT article "What's Left Behind" asks not what we can do for our vacant lots but what our vacant lots can do for us.  Open land can clean and replenish the watershed, absorb urban heat and carbon dioxide, and more.  Many of these ecosystem services are provided by...

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Intensive classroom sampling

The BioBE Center gathered biological, environmental, and architectural data at relatively small spatial scales within a Lillis Business Classroom yesterday.  This was our first time using microbiology-modified Whittaker plots in the built environment....

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Sloan Foundation visit

Program officer Paula Olsiewski from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation is visiting the BioBE Center today.  The Energy and Building Studies Laboratory (ESBL), which is the architecture arm of our Center, organized something special.  Paula went through the thought...

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Evolution Right Under Our Noses

Carl Zimmer's recent New York Times article on urban evolution underscores why an urban space can be viewed as "one great laboratory".  Most urban evolution research has been focused on plants and animals, or on specific microbial strains.  Soon urban microbiome...

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BioBE Center at TEDGlobal 2011

  Jessica Green presented BioBE Center research at TEDGlobal 2011.  This was the first time BioBE Center animation about the "Built Environment Microbiome", created in collaboration with XVIVO, has been shown publicly.  Highlights of the meeting included TED Fellows...

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BioBE Center TED Conversation

BioBE Center research was featured on the TED Blog today. As a part of the interview, the following question was posed by Jessica Green: Probiotics, like yogurt, are known to support healthy gut microbes. How could we apply this idea support a healthy house, subway,...

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Tour of a high-performance building

BioBE staff toured Lillis Hall on the University of Oregon campus and saw firsthand an innovative high-performance building from intake to exhaust. Lillis is both naturally ventilated and air-conditioned and has been estimated to have energy performance 45% better...

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BioBE at Amazon-PIRE workshop

BioBE members Ann Womack and Tim O'Connor recently attended the Amazon-PIRE Symposium and Workshop at the Biosphere 2 in Tucson, AZ.  There they met with colleagues from the University of Arizona, Harvard forest, the University of São Paolo, and a number of other...

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Postdoctoral Positions Available

The BioBE Center is currently seeking two postdoctoral researchers to explore fundamental questions in microbial ecology and evolution. Postdoctoral Position in Phylogenetic Ecology and Computational Genomics: Applicants should have a PhD with extensive training in...

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A View to the Invisible

ESBL has recently purchased an infrared camera. This important tool allows us to visualize and analyze surface temperatures in buildings. Surface temperature is driven by conduction, convection, and radiation and has consequences for microbial habitat. The camera also...

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BioBE Center @CleanMed 2011

Jessica Green presented BioBE Center work at CleanMed 2011 during the First Annual Research Exchange on Advancing Patient, Worker and Environmental Safety and Sustainability in the Health Care Sector in Phoenix on April 6, 2011.  This was an awesome exchange of ideas...

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BioBE Center @TED2011

BioBE Center Director Jessica Green enjoyed TED2011 last week as a Senior TED2011 Fellow.  Highlights of the meeting included interacting with Frances Bronet, Dean of the School of Architecture and Allied Arts at the University of Oregon and talks presented by street...

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BioBE Center connects with MoBeDAC

MoBeDAC - Microbiome of the Built environment Data Analysis Center - had it's kick-off meeting February 10, 2011 in Chicago.  This Alfred P. Sloan Foundation funded center will coordinate a data repository to house next generation architectural, environmental, and...

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BioBE Center Press

"...we think this research could directly influence air and water quality regulation, sustainable building design and improve human health. " Paula Olsiewski Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Additional Press Releases by: University of Oregon Media Relations Santa Fe...

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Joel’s Speakeasy

Joel Loveland Professor of Architecture University of Washington Mike Hatten Principal, SOLARC Architecture and Engineering Tuesday, November 16th, 2010 Energy Studies in Buildings Laboratory 103 Pacific...

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Positions Available

The BioBE Center is currently seeking two postdoctoral researchers with demonstrated interests in quantitative biological research, and experience working as a member of an interdisciplinary research team. Each position will be affiliated with the laboratories of Dr....

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