Recent News

  • June 2018: We welcome Michael Glaser, our newest M.S. graduate student. Welcome Michael!
  • April 2018: Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences features EZRA Magazine Faculty Profile of Prof. Aristilde: Faculty profile: the quest to solve the mystery of carbon recycling.
  • April 2018: Prof. Aristilde was featured as one of the Spring 2018 Faculty profiles in EZRA Magazine-Cornell University’s Magazine.
  • April 2018: Just accepted manuscript in Environmental Science and Technology Letters
  • April 2018: Graduate student Rebecca Wilkes was awarded a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship to support her doctoral research on “Cellular-Level Investigation of Plastic Bioremediation.” Rebecca was also selected for an honorable mention by the Ford Fellowship Program. Congratulations Rebecca!
  • March 2018: Graduate student Sabrina Kelch was awarded an International Research Grant from the Cornell Einaudi Center. This grant supplements her Chateaubriand Fellowship to go to Grenoble, France in the Summer of 2018 as part of her doctoral research study of water dynamics in organo-mineral matrices. She will work with our French collaborators L. Charlet, B. Lanson and E. Ferrage. Congratulations Sabrina!
  • March 2018: Prof. Aristilde was an invited plenary speaker at the 255th American Chemical Society National Meeting in the Session ENVR: Redox and Interfacial Dynamics Among Coupled Biogeochemical Cycles of Fe, S, S, and Minerals and Organic Matter: Implications to Multiscale Behaviors of Contaminants, Carbon, and Nutrients: ” Metabolomics-resolved nutrient-dependent carbon fluxes in a soil bacterium: Cellular insights on coupled iron and carbon cycles”
  • March 2018: Prof. Aristilde presented at the 255th American Chemical Society National Meeting on “Sugar-Influenced hydrodynamics in Mineral Nanopores Revealed by Molecular Dynamics Simulations Coupled with Spectroscopic Experiments”
  • March 2018: Prof. Aristilde presented at the Institut de Chimie des Millieux et Matériaux de Poitiers in Poitiers, France: “Structural Complexity in the Fate of Pharmaceuticals and Cyanotoxins at Water-Mineral Interfaces”
  • March 2018: Prof. Aristilde presented at EAWAG (Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology) in Zurich, Switzerland: “Structural Complexity in the Fate of Pharmaceuticals and Cyanotoxins at Water-Mineral Interfaces”
  • February 2018: We welcome our two newest undergraduate researchers. Welcome Ananya! Welcome Yeonsoo!