New Environ Micro paper – congrats, Tony!!
A phenomenal job by Dr. Bertagnolli! Bertagnolli AD, Padilla CC, Glass JB, Thamdrup B, Stewart FJ. 2017. Metabolic potential and in situ activity of marine Marinimicrobia bacteria in an anoxic water column. Environmental Microbiology. In press. Marinimicrobia bacteria are widespread in sub-euphotic areas of the oceans and particularly abundant in oxygen minimum zones (OMZs). […]Continue reading
New PNAS paper – cryptic O2 cycling!
A lot of work went into this. Many thanks to Cory for leading the molecular effort! Emilio Garcia-Robledo, Cory C. Padilla, Montserrat Aldunate, Frank J. Stewart, Osvaldo Ulloa,Aurélien Paulmier, Gerald Gregori, and Niels Peter Revsbech. Cryptic oxygen cycling in anoxic marine zones. PNAS. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1619844114 http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2017/07/14/1619844114.abstract Oxygen availability drives changes in microbial diversity and […]Continue reading
Another great year for SWiMS!
Our lab hosts the Summer Workshop in Marine Science (SWiMS) at Georgia Tech each summer. http://swimsgatech.wordpress.com/ Our goal is to help middle and high school teachers get marine topics into their classrooms, and then hopefully into the minds of students. We just wrapped up SWiMS 2017, our third consecutive year, and in my opinion another […]Continue reading
Congrats to Cory! Co-authorship on a cool viral paper from Matt Sullivan’s lab.
Nice work Sullivan lab!!! Vik DR, Roux S, Brum JR, Bolduc B, Emerson JB, Padilla CC, Stewart FJ, Sullivan MB. 2017. Putative Archaeal viruses from the mesopelagic ocean. PeerJ. 5:e3428 Link to the Open Access Article: https://peerj.com/articles/3428/Continue reading
Thank you President Peterson – I will accept your offer of tenure! This would have been in no way possible without the tremendous support of the folks around me, notably my so many great colleagues in Bio, EAS, and elsewhere (including far abroad). And of course the tremendous dedication of my lab. I owe you […]Continue reading
Read our recent Amplifier blog entry on Life in Dead Zones
A warm welcome to new postdoc Dr. Nastassia Patin!!
Fresh from Paul Jensen’s lab at Scripps: http://scrippsscholars.ucsd.edu/pjensen We’re so excited to have Nastassia join us!!Continue reading