Session 5: Emerging Technologies in Microbial Control of Industrial Processes in Energy Production
Tuesday, October 11, 2016: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM
San Diego Ballroom (Westin GasLamp Quarter)
Jana S. Rajan - Dow Microbial Control
1:30 PM
Advancing field-based molecular microbiology via adenosine monophosphate testing
Patrick Whalen1, Renato De Paula2 and Stacey Dunned1, (1)LuminUltra Technologies Ltd., Fredericton, NB, Canada, (2)Microbiology, Nalco Champion, an Ecolab Co., Sugarland, TX
2:00 PM
Living Reverse Osmosis Membranes to Prevent Biofouling and Reversing Methanogenesis to Capture Methane in Archaeal Biofilms
Thomas Wood, Dept of Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology, Penn State University, University Park, PA
2:30 PM
Break Garden Terrace 4th Fl
3:00 PM
Cleaning and sanitation of modular carpet tiles: protocol development and health considerations
Daniel Price1, Donald G. Ahearn2 and Robert Simmons2, (1)Microbiology, Interface Inc., Lagrange, GA, (2)Biology, Georgia State University, Marietta, GA
4:00 PM
Using a modification of ASTM D4012 as a quality control tool for Bacillus spp. spore preparations.
F. J. Passman1, Nilesh Vyas2 and Russel Jerusik2, (1)Biodeterioration Control Associates, Inc., Princeton, NJ, (2)EpiCore Bionetworks, Inc.,, Easthampton, NJ
4:30 PM
Biomass in fractured shales: Sources, persistence, and implications for hydrocarbon recovery
Michael Wilkins1, Kelly Wrighton2, Mikayla Borton2, Rebecca Daly2 and Anne Booker2, (1)School of Earth Sciences & Department of Microbiology, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, (2)Department of Microbiology, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
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