Discover arsenic's role in the environment at RU lecture
Radford University's Museum of the Earth Sciences is presenting "Arsenic, Bacteria, Rocks and a Bit of Old Lace," a lecture focusing on arsenic in the environment and bacteria-arsenic interactions.
RU Biology Professor Georgia Hammond and Madeline Schreiber, associate professor of geosciences at Virginia Tech, will present the lecture at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 2, in Radford University's Hurlburt Student Center auditorium.
The free public presentation is part of the RU Museum of the Earth Sciences spring lecture series.
Learn more about the museum and the lecture series from Associate Professor Stephen Lenhart at (540) 831-5257 or email@example.com.
Learn more about Radford University at www.radford.edu.