Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017 11:30 am

Refreshments will be served starting 11:15 am


Chemistry and Biochemistry Byker Auditorium 


Deep ice cores are a powerful tool for reconstructing the timing and extent of past changes in our Earth’s climate, while more contemporary environments provide a natural laboratory for studying microbial survival and material transformations. Dr. Foreman’s group brings new techniques to characterize biological material in ice and integrate this with data from physical, chemical, and paleo-climatological studies; thereby improving predictions of carbon fate in the context of a changing environment. Read more about the Foreman research group at


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