Read the behind the publication blog by Lindsey Solden entitled Uncovering microbial interactions with a network of scientists HERE. She talks about her work on deciphering carbon metabolic networks in the moose rumen and the interdisciplinary team that made it possible. Her work was published in Nature Microbiology and can be found HERE.
Our group was featured on the EMSL webpage for our recent publication in Nature Microbiology, a publication that would not have been possible without the expertise and resources available at EMSL, the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory. The work made use of protein and metabolite data gathered at EMSL, and genomic data obtained from JGI, the Joint Genome Institute through a Facilities Integrating Collaborations for User Science (FICUS) initiative, which allowed the team access to the expertise of the two Department of Energy Office of Science user facilities, both sponsored by the Office of Biological and Environmental Research. Check out the article HERE, entitled Sampling Guts of Live Moose to Understand How They Break Down Biomass.
We were featured by phys.org for our recent publication on carbon degradation in ruminants. Check out the article HERE, entitled Sampling guts of live moose to understand how they break down biomass. Image courtesy of PNNL Creative Services.
Our group was featured in the Daily Beast for our work in hydraulically fractured shales and the human gut microbiome! Check out the article HERE, entitled The Surprising Way Fracking’s Microbes Could Illuminate Heart Health. Image courtesy of the Daily Beast.
We were featured in OSU news for our PNAS publication on hydraulically fractured shales! Check out the OSU news article HERE, entitled Methane-producing microbial communities found in fracking wells.
The Wrighton lab was featured in Nova Next, an online PBS publication that focuses on cutting edge science and technology. They featured our work in hydraulically fractured shales. Check out the article here, entitled Pushing the Limits of Life.
Our group was featured in Science News related to our publication on Microbial Dark Matter! Check out the Science News article HERE, entitled Microbial matter comes out of the dark. Image courtesy of Science News, Ashley Mackenzie.
Frackibacter is famous! A recent article was published about our work in hydraulic fracturing, specifically discussing the microorganisms that persist in the well long after the hydraulic fracturing process. Check out the article HERE. Image courtesy of arstechnica.
The Wrighton Lab was in OSU news related to Dr. Wrighton’s talk at American Geophysical Union on our hydraulic fracturing research. Check out the OSU News article HERE.