On February 20, from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Building 50 Auditorium, ESD scientists (including Eoin Brodie, Peter Nico, Javier Ceja Navarro) and others will explore the M2B initiative and FY16 LDRD opportunities.
Berkeley Lab’s Earth Sciences Division (ESD) will have a strong presence at this year’s AGU Fall Meeting, starting next week in San Francisco (December 15–19, 2014) at the Moscone Center.
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 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 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.
National Lab Day, explaining the role of U.S. National Labs to Congress, was held on September 16 in Washington. ESD contributed to a strong Berkeley Lab presence at this event, particularly with respect to climate and environmental issues.
The U.C. Global Food Initiative, extensively supported by ESD environmental and climate programs within Berkeley Lab, is inviting applications for a student fellowship opportunity. Applications are due October 1, 2014.
ESD Ecology Department Head Gary Andersen appeared on the KQED production Food Forward SOS, shown this past Friday evening, September 12, to discuss the function and importance of microbial systems within topsoil.
ESD welcomes Dr. Bob Enick (University of Pittsburgh), presenting "DSSS: Improving CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery with CO2-soluble Additives, with Possible Application to CO2 Sequestration" September 19 at 10:30am in the Bldg. 66 Auditorium.
Eoin Brodie and Boris Faybishenko recently co-chaired the first Complex Soil Systems Conference in downtown Berkeley. This flagship conference, strove to develop “A Path to Improved Understanding of Complex Soil Systems.”