We are honored and incredibly excited to announce that we have received National Science Foundation and Department of Energy Early Career Awards! Unlocking Microbial Condensed Tannin Resistance Mechanisms: Scaling from Enzymes to Biomes Genomes to ecosystem function: Targeting critical knowledge gaps in methanogenesis and translation to updated global biogeochemical models
Mikayla Borton and the shale team composed of collaborators at OSU, WVU, JGI, and EMSL had an article accepted at PNAS: Mikayla A. Borton, David W. Hoyt, Simon Roux, Rebecca A. Daly, Susan A. Welch, Carrie D. Nicora, Samuel Purvine, Elizabeth K. Eder, Andrea J. Hanson, Julie M. Sheets, David M. Morgan, Richard A. Wolfe, Shikha Sharma, Timothy R. Carr, David R. Cole, Paula J. Mouser, Mary S. Lipton, Michael J. Wilkins, […]
Our team of undergraduate students, graduate students, and research scientists are sampling for one week each month at Old Woman Creek National Estuary Reserve, taking more than 100 soil cores of the course of the summer. In the field, we are measuring dissolved oxygen and green house gas emissions. Back at the lab, we are […]
Starting in August 2018 our lab will transition to Colorado State University (CSU) in Fort Collins. While we will miss our friends at The Ohio State University, we are excited to be on campus at CSU and can’t wait to get integrated into the science there.