The Bosak lab attended the 2016 Geobiology Gordon Research Conference in Galveston, TX. Kelsey Moore, Sharon Newman, Jeemin Rhim, Ana De Santiago Torio, Mirna Daye, Xiaolei Liu, and Shane O’Reilly presented posters on their current research.
The Bosak lab attended GSA 2015 in Baltimore, MD. Shane O’Reily (postdoctoral associate) gave a talk on the “molecular evidence for a microbial role in ooid formation” and Kelsey Moore (1st year graduate student) spoke on “microfossil assemblages in the Cyrogenian non-glacial interlude.” Tanja Bosak gave the keynote talk for the Geobiology of Critical Transitions [...]
Sharon Newman, a graduate student in the Bosak lab, attended the 2015 Goldschmidt conference in Prague, Czech Republic. She presented her talk entitled “Cyanobacterial fossilization through the formation and trapping of clays.“
The Bosak lab completed a sampling trip to Green Lake in July 2015. Students and postdocs collected water samples from various depths as well as sediment from the lake floor. Check out the link below to see the video of sample collection! Also check out our photos from the trip. Green Lake Trip Movie
The Bosak lab attended the 2015 Astrobiology Science Conference in Chicago, IL. Sharon Newman presented a talk on cyanobacterial fossilization by clay minerals and Shane O’Reilly (a Bosak lab collaborator) presented his recent work on the microbial contribution to ooid formation. Also, make sure to check out abstracts by Andras Zsom (co-advised by Dr. Sara [...]
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.