February 16, 2012
1) Finding and making great visuals for teaching biotechnology 2) Fermentation - For consumption (beer, wine, and all the stuff between). For fuel (cellulosic ethanol and at home biogas production) 3) Networking biotech teachers and getting them to share resources and ideas . 4) Photographing Fungi - it first came from a desire to eat them, then began a desire to capture the ones that were too beautiful for eating or to rough on the GI track. http://www.flickriver.com/photos/damon_tighe/tags/mushroom/
Hi! I'm a genomics researcher (Joint Genome Institute) turned educator (Bio-Rad's Bio-Education group). I'm also a part time naturalist, forager, mycologist and photographer. I've spent a lot of time in the world of DNA Sequencing.