Ken Kemner is the originator and leader of the Molecular Environmental Science Group, an integrated multidisciplinary research group that makes use of synchrotron radiation and lab-based environmental chemistry and biology approaches for biogeochemical research, with a subsequent focus on the incorporation of pyrosequencing and bioinformatics tools for metabolic and microbial community analysis.
Kemner is an expert in the application of synchrotron x-ray radiation to address questions in biogeochemistry and environmental science, with an emphasis on coupled biotic-abiotic interactions and the role of the microbe-mineral microenvironment in effecting the transformations of contaminant metals and radionuclides.
|August 23, 2012|
Ed O’Loughlin is an environmental chemist/microbiologist specializing in the cycling of elements and contaminants in natural systems.
|September 28, 2012|