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2010 News in Brief



CEE postdoc named to TR 35 2009

CEE postdoctoral fellow Kurt House was named to Technology Review’s TR 35 2009, a list of 35 “young innovators” under age 35. Technology Review selected House for his work with Professor Charles Harvey on ways to […]

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Picturing the world of ocean microbes

Streaming matter! Exploding organisms! Sinking particles! These are some of the things that populate the world of oceanic bacteria, providing the microorganisms with nutrition and perhaps exercise as they race for food. An image illustrating this […]

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NAS awards Agassiz Medal to Penny Chisholm

Professor Sallie (Penny) Chisholm, the Lee and Geraldine Martin Professor of Environmental Studies in CEE and biology is the recipient of the Alexander Agassiz Medal from the National Academy of Sciences for her “original contribution in […]

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Figuring out where to put the carbon

If we plan to keep using fossil fuels, we need to figure out how to sequester the resulting carbon dioxide. New tools from CEE’s Ruben Juanes could help evaluate where to do it — and how […]

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