What controls the extracellular electron transfer between the archaeal and bacterial cells mediating anaerobic oxidation of methane (AOM) coupled with sulfate reduction in deep-sea sediments? Despite more than a decade of research…
We previously reported on Xiaojia He's amazing opportunity to present his research at the World Talent Forum on Environmental Science and Engineering in Tianjin, China's Nankai University (if you missed, please check out that story…
PhD student Xiaojia He has been invited to present his work at the World Talent Forum on Environmental Science and Engineering, taking place at Nankai University, Tianjin, China May 21-22. The World Talent Forum is a pilot…
Xiaojia He won 1st place for his poster entitled "Inferring the mechanism of anaerobic oxidation of methane using reactive transport modeling" at the Metabolic Pathway Analysis 2017 Meeting in Bozeman, MT.
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