Check out our latest publication in Nature Communications available today.
Many thanks to all of our collaborators and our funding sources.
Jordan, Kelly, and Garrett headed to Lisle, IL last week for the 7th Annual Argonne National Laboratory Soil Metagenomics Meeting.
Jordan cores through the ice today at Old Woman Creek to better understand the seasonal impacts on methane cycling in wetland sediments. Coldest day of winter: Check!
Cindy J. Castelle, Kelly C. Wrighton, Brian C. Thomas, Laura A. Hug, Christopher T. Brown, Michael J. Wilkins, Kyle R. Frischkorn, Susannah G. Tringe, Andrea Singh, Lye Meng Markillie, Ronald C. Taylor, Kenneth H. Williams, Jillian F. Banfield
Melanie De LaRosa, a summer intern from Puerto Rico in the Wrighton lab showcases her research at the undergraduate OSU SROP meeting. She isolated Archaea adapted to high saline conditions in Lake Retba (lake rose, for it’s pink color caused by the microbes) in Senegal, Africa. Many thanks to Prof. John Reeve, Prof. Chuck Daniels (both in the OSU Micro department), and SROP (http://www.gradsch.ohio-state.edu/summer-research-opportunities-program.html) for their support.