Mary is awesome!

Mary recently passed her thesis proposal defense, clearing one more hurdle on her way to PhD completion. Well done, Mary!

Welcome to the lab, Heather!

The Menden-Deuer lab extends a huge east-coast welcome to their newest member, Heather McNair. Heather joins the lab from UC Santa Barbara where she did her PdD research on species-specific diatom silica production. Heather will be a postdoc on the NASA EXPORTS project where she will be looking at removal affects of micro-zooplankton grazing on the biological Read More …

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Welcome Home NAAMES IV

Welcome back Gayantonia, Françoise and Caitlin from the very last and very rough NASA NAAMES cruise. Glad to have you back.

NAAMES 4 – here we come

Francoice, Gayantonia and Caitlin are on their way to Puerto Rico to board R/V Atlantis for the final of 4 North Atlantic Aerosol and Marine Ecosystem Studies (NAAMES) cruises. They will work several hundred nautical miles south of Greenland and have a 7 day transect to get there. Can’t wait for the ‘pick up’ in Read More …

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Cruise EN608 R/V Endeavor

The North Atlantic in January/February is rightfully not a tourist destination, but despite rough weather, we had a fabulous inaugural winter cruise for the new NES-LTER . Jacob Strock, Heather McNair (soon to be lab member), Francoise Morison and Susanne Menden-Deuer from our lab joined a full boat of 14 scientist for a 6 day cross-shelf Read More …

Nov 2017 – En route to Scripps

Susanne is giving a talk in San Diego on the very historic date of Nov. 9th. Looking forward to a visit to the famous Scripps Institute of Oceanography, including buildings with names like ‘Sverdrup’….

Nov 2017 -SWMS

Excellent SWMS meeting at WHOI on Friday, Nov 3rd. Susanne immensely enjoyed the stimulating talks and discussion surrounding diversity in marine sciences.

Oct 2017 Congrats Mike Fong

Lab alumnus Mike Fong just accepted positions of Program Naturalist for Nature Vision and as Outreach Educator with the Pacific Science Center. Mike is passionate about sharing his joy of science with the public and particularly children. What a perfect fit. Congratulations Mike.

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