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Elizabeth McDaniel Aug 18
Excited to share our work on microbial mercury methylation now published in !
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Benjamin Peterson May 18
I have a question for you, science Twitter. Bacteria collected on a 0.22µm filter from freshwater, flash-frozen with LN2, stored on LN2 for a few days, transferred to a -80˚C freezer and still not extracted yet: How long before you don't trust the RNA for metatranscriptomics?
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McMahon Lab Jan 19
New preprint on the phylogenetic and metabolic diversity of methylating microbes from member ! Check it out!
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McMahon Lab Dec 10
Hearty congrats to the newest former member, Dr. Chris Lawson! Very impressive thesis and defense, keep your eye out for exciting science from this very smart enginerd in the future!
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McMahon Lab 18 Oct 19
Krystyn Kibler taking her first secchi measurement as a member of the ! Beautiful fall day for it.
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Trina “slathered in children” McMahon 🌪 9 Sep 19
Super proud of for rocking his talk on Mercury methylating microbes in lakes at !!! And to a full house in Krakow.
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Elizabeth McDaniel 2 Sep 19
Took almost 3 years of being in the , but I finally got out on Lake Mendota helping with mercury sampling last night
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Anna Schmidt 1 Sep 19
First time back on Mendota since studying abroad and then working in Michigan for the summer, it’s good to finally be back 😊🌊
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Trina “slathered in children” McMahon 🌪 30 Aug 19
Congrats to ⁦⁩ on a successful PhD defense! Nearly 20 years of microbial community data from ⁦⁩ !!!
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Anna Schmidt 26 Aug 19
Last Friday I gave my final presentation for my summer research fellowship on Mysis shrimp in Lake Huron. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to participate in this fellowship with and ! 🌊🦐💧
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McMahon Lab 26 Aug 19
Check out the new from on diel transcriptional patterns across multiple lakes!
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Riley Hale 9 Aug 19
reported that Dane County is experiencing fewer algal blooms this summer due to weather and clean-up projects like Suck the Muck. I did a little digging into the data... join me on this educational adventure
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Robin Rohwer 5 Jul 19
I wrote a review for a , but now I'm nervous about posting it! When reviewed one of my preprints, he e-mailed the review 1st- but he's famous and I'm (opposite to this situation). What do you think community, should I
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Trina “slathered in children” McMahon 🌪 23 Jun 19
So proud of for doing such a fabulous job representing at
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Robin Rohwer 2 May 19
Congrats to for winning 's Oscar and Ethel Allen Predoctoral Fellowship, "for excellence in research" Well deserved!!!
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Trina “slathered in children” McMahon 🌪 2 May 19
So proud of PhD student for winning 's Oscar and Ethel Allen Predoctoral Fellowship, "for excellence in research". Very well deserved.
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McMahon Lab 23 Apr 19
. undergrads getting it done! No (liquid) water too cold for these two to take a boat out on!
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Robin Rohwer 5 Apr 19
Freezerpalooza is underway in ! The short window to defrost after testing all of last year's water before filling em up with this year's 💦
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Robin Rohwer 29 Mar 19
presenting on mercury methylation in lake Mendota's hypolimnion. Also introduces new generic term for microbes: "bags" (as in bags of enzymes). This is way better than "bugs" and importantly rhymes with MAG TAG & SAG!
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