ESD’s John Christensen was one of the winners of this past month’s (March 2014) LBNL Photo Club award (for “Humorous Image”).
ESD’s Gary Andersen and Eric Dubinsky counted nearly 1,000 species of bacteria and archaea in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area last weekend (March 28-30, 2014) as part of the BioBlitz 2014 project, breaking the BioBlitz record.
As noted in a late February 2014 TABL-Tech Transfer article, ESD scientists recently received Lab royalties for their work.
Source: LBNL TABL ESD’s Tim Kneafsey was recently honored as a winner of the LBNL Photo Club’s monthly “theme” contest. For January 2014, the theme was “Black and White (Contrast).” To see Tim’s image, as well as the other award winners, go to: https://sites.google.com/a/lbl.gov/lbnl-photography-club/winners
Congratulations to Andy Sessler, Founder of the Earth Sciences Division, recipient of the Enrico Fermi Award Former Lab Director, Andy Sessler receives the Enrico Fermi Award today. View this live stream at 12 pm PST today! Sessler founded the Earth Sciences Division in July of 1977 which was during a...
A recent article written by a group of UC scientists (Rose Kantor as lead author), and overseen by ESD’s Jillian Banfield, was honored by the journal mBio as an “editor’s pick” for the journal’s October-November 2013 issue.
Nigel Quinn received the Distinguished Life Membership Award from the California Water and Environmental Modeling Forum—which cited his many years of outstanding service and his work to establish the framework for model peer review.
ESD was well represented among Fiscal Year 2014 Laboratory Directed Research and Development (LDRD) award winners, as announced this week (12/16/2013) by the Berkeley Lab Directorate.
Janet Jansson recently received an award for her work in soil biology, and presented the Francis E. Clark Distinguished Lectureship on Soil Biology, at a meeting of the Soil Science Society of America in Tampa, Florida.
The Earth Sciences Division was recently awarded “LEED Platinum” status for its newly redesigned headquarters in Bld. 74—the first such award for any Berkeley Lab or DOE building within the Science Laboratory Infrastructure program.