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PhD fellowship opportunities available
The Terrestrial Biogeochemistry Laboratory in the Department of Earth and Environmental Science of the University of Pennsylvania invites applicants for competitive Ph.D. fellowships in one of two research areas: Soil carbon biogeochemistry: Projects (More)
Madison and the SSA
In our our ongoing video series, “What are you doing today?“, undergraduate research assistant Madison Bell-Rosof explains why measure the specific surface area of soil samples.   (More)
Hannah picking biochar
In our our ongoing video series, “What are you doing today?“, undergraduate research assistant Hannah Sanders explains why she's using dental tools to pick biochar chunks clean of soil.   (More)
Hi Penn!
Hi all! I am extremely excited to be the latest addition to Prof. Plante’s lab (and thrilled about the new Netzsch autosampler); we h (More)
Increased thermal analysis capacity
A new grant (#1541588) from the Instrumentation and Facilities program in the NSF Division of Earth Sciences (NSF-EAR/IF) has allowed us to acquire new thermal analysis instrumentatio (More)
Maddie at the microbalance
In our our ongoing video series, “What are you doing today?“, undergraduate research assistant and Velay Fellow Maddie Tilyou explains how she's weighing soil samples for carbon analysis.   (More)
Liz making rust
In our our ongoing video series, "What are you doing today?", PhD student Liz Coward explains why she's making rust.   (More)