Cells of cable bacteria sacrifice themselves

Cells of electricity-generating cable bacteria sacrifice themselves for the greater good of the organism, a new NESSC-publication shows. The researchers discovered that electricity-generating cable bacteria do not divide labour

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Blog: Gulf of Mexico Cruise, 2020

Every year, the mighty Mississippi river and its distributaries carry vast amounts of sediments and nutrients into the northern Gulf of Mexico, impacting the chemistry and biology in the

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Professor Caroline Slomp elected Geochemistry Fellow

NESSC-researcher Caroline Slomp (Utrecht University) has been granted the honorary title of Geochemistry Fellow 2020 by the Geochemical Society (GS) and The European Association of Geochemistry (EAG).  [caption id="attachment_7092" align="alignright"

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NESSC-scientists awarded prestigious ERC-grant

NESSC-researchers Mike Jetten and Caroline Slomp receive a prestigious ERC Synergy grant of €7.6 million. With the EU research grant they will investigate how micro-organism remove harmful methane and

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Hans Oerlemans receives Richardson Medal

Hans Oerlemans

Former NESSC professor Hans Oerlemans, Emeritus professor of Meteorology at IMAU, has received the Richardson Medal from the International Glaciological Society (IGS). Oerlemans receives the Medal for his important contribution

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