Recent News

  • December 2017: New Funding Award from United States Department of Agriculture for proposal “Characterizing and Mitigating Glyphosate Herbicide Mobilization in Agroecosystems“. PI: Richards (BEE); Co-PIs: Aristilde (BEE), Steenhius (BEE).
  • November 2017: Prof. Aristilde was elected to the graduate field of Civil and Environmental Engineering–Environmental Processes section.
  • November 2017: Prof. Aristilde presented an invited seminar on “Water and Carbon Cycles in Terrestrial Ecosystems: Probing Molecular Connections” at the Institut des Sciences de la Terre (ISTerre), Grenoble, France
  • November 2017: Prof. Aristilde presented on “Single-Cell Insights on the Metabolic Network Complexity of Mixed-Substrate Carbon Processing by Bacteria: Coupling Proteomics with Metabolomics” at the University of Tubingen in Tübingen, Germany
  • November 2017: Prof. Aristilde presented on “Nanopore to Molecular Probing of Carbohydrates in Soil Physical and Biological Processes—from Water Retention to Biofuel Production” at Princeton University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Environmental Engineering & Water Resources (EEWR) Seminar
  • November 2017: Prof. Aristilde presented on “Critical Role of Carbohydrates in the Cycling of Water and Carbon in Soil Pores and Bacterial Cells: Molecular Insights” at Princeton University, Department of Geosciences, Environmental Geology & Geochemistry Seminar (EGGS) Lecture Series.
  • November 2017: Prof. Aristilde presented on “Effects of Glyphosate and its Adjuvant on Soil Microbes” at the Agriculture, Food, & Environmental Systems In-Service training for New State Farmers
  • November 2017: Prof. Aristilde presented on “Physical and Biochemical Dynamics of Carbohydrates in Mineral Pores and Bacterial Cells: Molecular-Scale Insights.” at Northwestern University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • November 2017: Just accepted manuscript in Journal of Colloid and Interface Science
  • October 2017: Prof. Aristilde presented on “Critical Role of Carbohydrates in the Cycling of Water and Carbon in Soil Pores: Molecular and Metabolic Flux Insights.” at Stanford University, Department of Geosciences