New Article Published in Frontiers in Microbiology

September 8, 2015

Seeking sunlight: rapid phototactic motility of filamentous mat-forming cyanobacteria optimize photosynthesis and enhance carbon burial in Lake Huron�s submerged sinkholes

New Article Published In Journal of Great Lakes Research

September 8, 2015

A study of year-round carbon cycling from land to lake

Post Doctoral Position Available (Closed)

May 4, 2015

Applications are now being accepted for an adjunct post-doctoral position with the Biddanda lab and the Muskegon Lake Buoy Observatory

Michael Snider Defends Master's Thesis

November 24, 2014

Photophysiological Studies of Cyanobacterial Mats in Submerged Sinkholes of Lake Huron

New Nature Education Resource Article on Sinkholes

August 14, 2012

Our reader-friendly review article was recently published in Nature Education titled "Rock, Water, Microbes: Underwater Sinkholes in Lake Huron are Habitats for Ancient Microbial Life.

New Lake Michigan Drifter Project begins

July 30, 2012

Watch its movement with us!

Muskegon Chronicle Article with Videos

September 7, 2011

The Muskegon Lake Buoy was featured in a news article, including online video, by MLive.

Walden Green Montessori visits AWRI

October 29, 2010

The Walden Green Montessori school in Spring Lake, MI visited AWRI where fun topics like Lake Huron sinkholes and phytoplankton were discussed, and the wonders of photosynthesis.

AWRI awarded EPA GLRI Funding

October 26, 2010

Funding for a real-time buoy-based sensor system was awarded from EPA Great Lake Restoration Initiative (GLRI) program to GVSU Annis Water Resources Institute for which the Biddanda Lab serves as project leader.

Poem read during award

January 22, 2010

Dr. Biddanda and coauthors received International Association for Great Lakes Research (IAGLR)’s Chandler-Misener Award for the most notable contribution to Journal of Great Lakes Research during 2008 at the Annual Conference of IAGLR in Toledo

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