Maresca lab attended the University of Delaware’s 2019 Microbial Systems Symposium. Congratulations to all, including Anders who won second place talk and Priscilla who won first place poster!
This paper was published in the Journal of Bacteriology with an accompanying commentary article! Congratulations to the authors!
This paper was published in the Microbiology Resource Announcements Journal. Congratulations to the authors!
Anders presented a poster, “Longitudinal Analysis of Bacterial Communities in Two Types of Concrete Cylinders”, at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2018 in Washington D.C.
Archana successfully defended her thesis, “Physiological Characterization of Light-Enhanced Growth in Actinobacteria” and graduated from the Masters Program in the Department of Biology! Congratulations to her on all her hard work.
UDaily highlighted work being done by Mike Rechsteiner (undergraduate research fellow) and Christine Chapman, in collaboration with Paul Imhoff’s lab group.
The Maresca Lab’s paper in the July 2018 issue of Applied and Environmental Microbiology was the subject of an article in the University of Delaware news outlet, UDaily. Click below to read the article!
“Distribution and Diversity of Rhodopsin-Producing Microbes in the Chesapeake Bay”
This paper was published in the Journal of Applied and Environmental Microbiology AND was featured on the cover! Congratulations to the authors! Click below to read the full paper.
Dr. Maresca went to University of Texas at San Antonio in February where she discussed the concrete microbiome on ASM’s MicroTalk podcast. Click below to listen.
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