Happy New Year everyone!! 2016 was a great year for the Wrighton Lab. One of our publications was selected as one of the Top 100 Discoveries of 2016. We would like to thank all of our amazing collaborators, including EMSL for making this publication possible.
Read the original publication here
Here’s to hoping 2017 is just as successful!
Snacking on fracking fluid sustains microbes, enlivens the chemical mix
Learn about the latest energy solutions at ASME’s Power & Energy Conference and Exhibition.
Kelly, Kayla and Dan are having a great time at the Multi-omics for Microbiomes conference!
The Wrighton lab has had a busy, long weekend processing the first side wall cores from deep subsurface shale! We hope everyone else’s weekend was as exciting as ours!
Microbes could change how fracking is done in Ohio. In this news story Kelly is interviewed about our lab’s current work on microbial communities in shale gas wells.
Our labs are getting excited to start processing Marcellus shale cores in August to get the first glimpses into indigenous life in the deep subsurface.
Many thanks to the Deep Carbon Observatory for the fashionable DCO hard hat stickers!
Our lab is getting excited for the Multi-omics for Microbiomes Conference at PNNL this fall!
Link to meeting
Submit your abstract by August 15, 2015
Yesterday was a great day for the Wrighton Lab. Everyone worked together to make figures, extract DNA and get data together for our upcoming meeting at ASM.
Celebrating a productive week at happy hour