Cyclotron Road innovator Deepak Dugar will be working with Steve Singer toward developing the next generation of biocatalysts and processes for converting renewable feedstocks into chemicals and fuels at a competitive price.
ESD climate scientists Jinyun Tang and Bill Riley have developed a climate model that quantifies interactions between soil microbes and their surroundings.
Using some of the most powerful supercomputers now available, a team of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) climate scientists headed by Michael Wehner (and including ESD Climate Science Head Bill Collins) was able to complete a run a high resolution global-climate-model simulation in just three months.
ESD’s David Romps recently led a team of climate scientists in looking at predictions of cloud buoyancy in 11 different climate models—the combined effect of which (they concluded) will generate more frequent lightning strikes.
ESD’s Giovanni Birarda and others recently investigated the microbiome relatedness of subsurface biofilms within two sulfidic springs in Germany—the results of which provide insight into the dynamics of subsurface microbial life.
ESD’s Dan Feldman and Bill Collins have identified a mechanism that could turn out to be a big contributor to warming in the Arctic region and melting sea ice—in the far infrared region of the electromagnetic spectrum.
ESD welcomes Dr. Dimitri Sverjensky (Johns Hopkins University), presenting "DSSS: Molecules, Hot Water and Minerals: Ingredients for the Origin of Life?" November 7 at 10:30am in the Bldg. 66 Auditorium.
ESD’s Jie Niu helped to quantify water-budget components and storage changes for two of the largest watersheds in Michigan, using remotely sensed data and a process-based hydrologic model representing subsurface and land surface processes.
ESD welcomes Dr. Marc Strous (University of Calgary), presenting "DSSS: Microbial Element Cycling – The Big Picture" October 30 at 10:30am in the Bldg. 66 Auditorium.
Website Teaser: Ken Williams and Phil Long were part of a team that recently compared two types of organic-rich sediments to better understand uranium release mechanisms at contaminated sites.