Microbes in the School: Techniques to Isolate and Study Bacteria

Microbes in the School: Techniques to Isolate and Study Bacteria

Type of Event Training
Date of Event 2019-11-25 ~ 2019-11-28 (Monday, Wednesday and Thursday) 18:30 – 21:30
Location University of Saint Joseph – N.A.P.E. Campus (Address: Rua de Londres 106, Macau)
Registration description From now until 18/11/2019
Audience Teaching staff
Quota 25 25
Fee Free
Performer Professor David Gonçalves, University of Saint Joseph
Organization Centre of Educational Resources, Education and Youth Affairs Bureau
Producer Centre of Educational Resources, Education and Youth Affairs Bureau
Language English
Information 83959184 (Mr. Mok Man Hong, Nicholas)
Goal 1. Learn about the incredible diversity of microorganisms; 2. Learn simple methods to isolate and grow bacteria from common sources; 3. Test the effectiveness of various anti-bacterial substances (antiseptics).
Message Session 1 – Collection of microorganisms from outdoor (ponds, earth, etc) and indoor (water trays, classroom tables, hands, etc) sources – Introduction to bacterial reproduction processes – LB media preparation (liquid) and sterilization – Bacterial inoculation and incubation Session 2 – Observation of bacterial cultures collected during Session 1 – LB media preparation (solid) and sterilization – Antibacterial discs preparation – Bacterial inoculation and sensitivity tests Session 3 – Observation of culture and sensitivity tests from Session 2 – Measurement of zones of inhibition – Effectiveness of various common antiseptics


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Last modified: 2019-10-10 10:30

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