posted : Jul 26, 2018
Immediate opening for one Ph.D. student to work on relationships between sulfur-metabolizing communities and photosynthetic communities in water-restricted gypsic environments.
posted : May 01, 2018
Look at their vivid color! Cannot wait to understand them better in the context of a mineral environment!
posted : Mar 28, 2018
A sampling trip to the White Sands was conducted this March. Except creating more work for ourselves to do, we also had A LOT OF fun with the Patrick's ATV. (Top two photos are courtesy of Dr. Ben Brunner.)
posted : Feb 01, 2018
Welcome to our newest group member, Hugo!
posted : Jan 19, 2018We have completed our preliminary surveying of the White Sands National Monument regarding the groundwater tables and sampling sites.
posted : Aug 01, 2017
Our newest members Dr. Muammar Mansor, Rocio Rojos, and Brandon Lajoie will make our team stronger than ever! Big welcomes!
posted : Jun 01, 2017
Ezequiel has successfully cultured sulfate-reducers, Desulfovibrio vulgaris and D. desulfuricans. Now we have these bacterial strains happily growing in the NanoGeoBIo lab!
posted : Mar 02, 2017
Ezequiel and Matt presented posters at the 2017 Geological Sciences Colloquium.
posted : Feb 06, 2017
The NanoGeoBio Laboratory has openings for motivated graduate and undergraduate students. Please contact the PI directly regarding these positions.
posted : Jan 17, 2017
Welcome to our newest group member, Ezequiel!
posted : Oct 18, 2016
Jie and Rip (Dr. Langford) were looking for microbial crusts in the White Sands National Monuments, New Mexico.
posted : Oct 15, 2016
Jie introduced the concept of nanogeoscience to hundreds of K-12 students during the Earth Science week. This event also featured the application of 3-D printing and drones in geoscience research.
posted : Sep 01, 2016
Jie joined the Department of Geological Sciences as an assistant professor.
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