GRC Organic Geochemistry meeting 2016 in Holderness, NH

Posted on Aug 12, 2016

The Gordon Research Conference Organic Geochemistry meeting was held at Holderness School in Holderness, New Hampshire from July 24th – July 29th, 2016. The conference was chaired by Anne Pearson, and Lloyd Snowdon served as the vice chair. Many who attend this meeting will agree that the quality of science and unique “campy” experience in Holderness makes this GRC one of the most pleasurable to attend. The conference is held every two years, and since 1970 has traditionally been held in the same venue. Holderness is located in the heart of New Hampshire’s Lakes Regions, and includes 600 acres of woodlands, open fields, trails, and a river. The afternoons are open during the conference to encourage recreational activities. This year, the meeting topics were focused on using advanced technologies to address current and future societal challenges. The itinerary was packed with fascinating talks and poster sessions from scientists across a breadth of disciplines in the field of organic geochemistry. Representatives from the Summons lab who participated included Roger, Xialei, Ainara, Emily, and Heather.