UNC Professor Andreas Teske leads Guaymas Basin expedition

December 12, 2016

The objective of the Guaymas Basin expedition is to collect samples – using the deep-sea submersible Alvin – to explore the genomic potential, physiological capabilities and biogeochemical roles of key uncultured microorganisms from Guaymas Basin sediments. The Guaymas Basin is … Continued

Utilizing living shorelines prevent coastal erosion

September 12, 2016

Carter Smith, a researcher at UNC Institute of Marine Sciences spoke to WNCT about how utilizing living shorelines prevent coastal erosion. On May 17th, 2016 WNCT’s Pierce Legeion spoke with Carter Smith about how recent research indicates that installation of living habitats along … Continued

Updates from Dr. Arnosti’s BacGeoPac Research Cruise

June 9, 2016

Dr. Arnosti is doing the English translation for the group’s posts, you can keep up with Dr. Arnosti’s research on the BacGeoPac research cruise blog. The scientists aboard the research vessel Sonne will be in the middle of the Central … Continued

Moreno in Antarctica!

January 14, 2016

Moreno in Antarctica! Ph.D. student Carly Moreno (Marchetti Lab) is participating on the PalmerLTER research cruise in Antarctica. For the next 6 weeks, Carly will be collecting samples and performing incubation experiments to investigate the environmental factors that regulate phytoplankton … Continued

National Research Council – Research Associateship Programs

December 30, 2015

National Research Council – Research Associateship Programs Go to http://www.nationalacademies.org/rap for more information. To apply: http://sites.nationalacademies.org/PGA/RAP/PGA_046398 Postdoctoral Research Awards Senior Research Awards Graduate Research Awards   Eligibility Awards are available for scientists and engineers at all stages of their career. Postdoctoral applicants … Continued