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May 1, 2021
Past and Present Members of AWRI�s Biddanda Lab as well as collaborators from Spain�s University of Granada wrote a review on microbial housekeeping in Earth�s aquatic ecosystems which has been featured on Life�s homepage
Recently graduated Master's student Jasmine Mancuso wins award from GVSU for outstanding publication
March 31, 2021
The most recent Graduate student from the Biddanda lab, Jasmine Mancuso recently won the GVSU Graduate Dean's Citation award for Outstanding Publication.
February 17, 2021
A collaborative review on the housekeeping role our microbial friends play in aquatic systems has bee published in the journal Life
August 11, 2020
See Lab manager Anthony Weinke tending to the MLO buoy tower and new Graduate Student, Nate Dugener, servicing underwater sensors.
July 2, 2020
Today, Jasmine Mancuso, a graduate student in the Biddanda Lab, successfully defended her Master's thesis.
June 11, 2020
See MLO buoy manager Anthony Weinke painting the buoy on Tumblr. The post documents one of the yearly maintenance tasks performed on the buoy to get it in shape for the monitoring season.
May 28, 2020
Prof. Bopi Biddanda will be teaching a class new to GVSU this fall of 2020, ENS 310. The course is entitled How the Biosphere works.
April 15, 2020
An article entitled "Microhabitats are associated with diversity�productivity relationships in freshwater bacterial communities" was recently published in FEMS Microbiology.
March 30, 2020
The March 19 issue of Science focused on the loss of continental ice from Antarctica, which appears to be increasing as global climate change warms the globe. Bopi Biddanda and Anthony Weinke responded to the issue with an e-letter response to the issue.
December 20, 2019
Lab manager Anthony Weinke and Dr. Bopi Biddanda recently published a research article in The Journal of Great Lakes Research, which appeared in the December 2019 Issue.