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This photo is of scanning electron microscopy and shows microbes collected from deep beneath the seafloor, around 2 kilometres down, enriched using a continuous flow bioreactor producing methane with powdered coals as the energy source. The image is magnified 5000 times. (Photo: Hiroyuki Imachi, JAMSTEC)

2015.07.29 | Center for Geomicrobiology, Research news

Microbial life discovered deep down

At a depth of nearly 2,5 kilometres beneath the seafloor scientists have found proof of active microbial life.

2015.07.29 | Center for Geomicrobiology, Awards

Poster Award

Congratulations to Antje Gittel

2015.07.01 | People , Center for Geomicrobiology

NEW POSTDOC: ANGELIKI MARIETOU

Angeliki Marietou joined the Center June 1

2015.07.01 | Center for Geomicrobiology

NEW POSTDOC: ANDRÉ PELLERIN

André Pellerin joined the Center June 1

2015.06.30 | People , Center for Geomicrobiology

NEW POSTDOC: FELIX BEULIG

Felix Beulig joined the Center June 1

2015.04.16 | Center for Geomicrobiology, Awards

Poster Award

Congratulations to Jesper Jensen Bjerg

2015.04.09 | Center for Geomicrobiology

Two new PhD graduates at the Center for Geomicrobiology

Andrea Torti and Xihan Chen successfully defended their theses on April 8, 2015. Congratulations!

2015.03.01 | Center for Geomicrobiology, Research news

The Expedition Report from the IODP Drilling in the Baltic Sea is now available online

Expedition 347 - Baltic Sea Paleoenvironment

Sandbjerg Estate. Photo: provided by Sandbjerg

2015.02.20 | Center for Geomicrobiology, Workshop, Events

Microenergy 2015

3rd International Workshop on Microbial Life under Extreme Energy Limitation

2015.02.10 | Center for Geomicrobiology

Sediment sampling in Aarhus Bay

Thursday 15 January the Center used an opening between winter storms to sample mud from Aarhus Bay

2015.02.08 | Center for Geomicrobiology

New Next Generation Sequencing facility at Microbiology

2015.02.02 | Center for Geomicrobiology

New Master student: Signe B. Nielsen

2014.07.10 | Center for Geomicrobiology

AURORA's maiden voyage

Tuesday, June 10 Aurora departed for its maiden voyage from the port of Aarhus with direct course towards the port of Allinge, Bornholm. On board were among others researchers from the Center for Geomicrobiology.

2014.04.25 | Center for Geomicrobiology

AURORA Aarhus University’s new research vessel

AURORA is the first Danish research vessel to be built for more than thirty years and she opens up for a new world of opportunities for Danish marine research.

2014.04.07 | Center for Geomicrobiology, People

NEW POSTDOC: Karen Marie Hilligsøe

Karen Marie Hilligsøe joined the center Marts 15

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