Mick Follows and Stephanie Dutkiewicz's research lives at the intersection of ocean fieldwork and advances in computer modeling, seeking to understand how the ocean's ecosystems of phytoplankton interact with each other -- and our climate.
Simons Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow Alexandria Johnson is studying exoplanet clouds, not through a telescope, rather under a microscope in the Cziczo Lab.
Julien de Wit is a Postdoctoral Associate working in the Seager Group. As Julien puts it, his primary interest and expertise lies, “in the field of data science where math and science are brought together to make sense of newly accessible pieces of reality!”
The Bosak Lab integrates microbiology, sedimentology, and stable isotope geochemistry into experimental geobiology, seeking to answer questions about early forms of life and their habitats.
Twenty-one percent of the air we breathe is made up of molecular oxygen, but it was not always in such ample, life-sustaining supply. A new study by EAPS scientists pinpoints the timing of oxygen’s emergence in Earth’s atmosphere.
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