Genming and Xiaolei will be representing the Summons Lab in Prague next week for the Goldschmidt Geochemistry Conference. This will be the 25th anniversary of the meeting, and to celebrate the organising committee will have 25 plenary talks highlighting 25 major advances in geochemistry over the last quarter century. At 15:45 on Thursday, Genming will present his work on Rapid Oxygenation of Earth’s Atmosphere at 2330 million years ago. Also on Thursday, Xiaolei will present his work in collaboration with the Bosak Lab on novel ring-containing tetrether lipids in the stratified Green Lake in Upstate New York. Former lab member, Jessica Whiteside, will also be presenting her work on constraining TEX86 temperatures based on her work on Oceanic Anoxic Event 2 from the Central North Atlantic.
Best of luck to Genming, Xiaolei and Jessica!