Dr. Giulio Mariotti, a former Crosby postdoctoral researcher in the Bosak lab (now an assistant professor at LSU) gave the Robert Sharp Lecture at the 2014 American Geophysical Union fall Meeting.
The Bosak lab traveled to Vancouver this year to take part in the Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America. Check out the GSA session handbook for presented posters and talks from the lab! GSA2104
Emily Matys and Sharon Newman (graduate students in the Bosak lab) visited the Science Club for Girls in Lawrence, MA, where they answered the students’ questions and participated in a career panel, encouraging young women to enter the field of science.
Dr. Shikma Zaarur wins the Karl K. Turekian Prize for excellence in Geochemical or Cosmochemical studies (Awarded by Yale University). Dr. Zaarur received her Ph.D. from Yale University and is currently a postdoctoral fellow working in the Bosak lab.
Dr. Giulio Mariotti wins the Luna Leopold Young Scientist Award in Earth and Planetary Surface Processes. Dr. Mariotti received his Ph.D from Boston University (’13), and is now a Crosby Postdoctoral Fellow in the EAPS program at MIT (currently working in the Bosak lab). He will begin an Assistant Professorship position at Louisiana State University [...]
This June, members of the Bosak Lab took a sampling trip to Green Lake, New York. After five hours of driving, a day probing the depths with a rowboat, a Niskin bottle, and 80 meters of rope – we returned with water samples from multiple depths of this meromictic lake, teeming with anaerobic, sulfur reducing bacteria. [...]
Alex Petroff received 2010 Student Award and the Elizabeth Sulzman travel grant for his presentation about the growth geometry of conical stromatolites at the 2010 AGU Fall Meeting. Alex graduated in May 2011, is now a proud owner of a kayak and will begin a postdoctoral fellowship at the Rockefeller Institute after getting lost in [...]
Tanja speaks about the Evolution of Photosynthesis for Science for the Public, a grassroots organization that aims to improve public understanding of science. http://www.scienceforthepublic.org/?page_id=944