Craig Moyer

In this Q&A, WWU Professor of Biology Craig Moyer breaks down the mechanical processes of how your greatest ally in the battle to stay healthy this spring - soap - is the enemy a virus never wants to see coming.

Western Today: Soap seems like a ubiquitous item that we take for granted,…

Microbes are everywhere. In the food we eat, on our skin and on every surface we touch.

Tiny living organisms that spend their entire lives at a size too small to be seen with the naked eye, microbes include bacteria, protists, types of fungi and even some species of animals. Although…

Craig L. Moyer, a professor of biology at Western Washington University, recently co-authored with Mark T. Price and Heather Fullerton an article titled "Biogeography and evolution of Thermococcus isolates from hydrothermal vent systems of the Pacific," which was published in…

Four investigators from Western Washington University, including a graduate student, will travel to the Submarine Ring of Fire to study hydrothermal vent sites near Guam Nov. 29 to Dec. 21.

Craig Moyer, a biology professor at Western, is the chief scientist on the cruise. Accompanying…

Four investigators from Western Washington University, including a graduate student, will travel to the Submarine Ring of Fire to study hydrothermal vent sites near Guam Nov. 29 to Dec. 21.

Craig Moyer, a biology professor at Western, is the chief scientist on the cruise. Accompanying…

Biology graduate student Sean McAllister’s master’s thesis was featured on the cover of the August 2011 edition of Applied and Environmental Microbiology, published by the American Society for Microbiology.

McAllister worked with Biology Professor Craig Moyer and others to…

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