Studying microbial life in extreme cryo-environments

MicroLab@Bristol employs a range of laboratory, field and modeling techniques to study how life excels in extreme cryo-environments and its role in globally relevant processes. We also work closer to home on several marine and freshwater topics.

Some current projects

iDAPT: examining the role of the cryosphere in driving one of the biggest transitions in Earth’s history – the evolution of land plants.

Supraglacial carbon cycling: using field data to model Greenland Ice Sheet glacier algal blooms and their contribution to global carbon cycling.

Smart Catchment Management: using machine learning to model Cyanobacterial metabolite production blooms in freshwater reservoirs.

MicroLab@Bristol on the road

Take a look at some of our recent field trips

Microlab@Bristol News

MicroLab@Bristol is recruiting for both a 2.5 month research assistant role on our JGI funded machine learning project, AND a Cabot Masters by Research student on the same topic (same person could bag both!)

Alex Bowles accepts 3-year postdoc position with MicroLab@Bristol on the Leverhulme Funded iDAPT project.

We are recruiting a 3-year genomics/bioinformatics PDRA on our Leverhulme Trust funded iDAPT project. See here for full job details. Deadline is 25th October.

MicroLab@Bristol awarded 4 year Leverhulme Trust research grant for project iDAPT.

Carmen Espinosa Angona accepts 1-year modeling PDRA project in MicroLab@Bristol

Miranda Nicholes successfully defends her PhD thesis to become Dr Nicholes!!!

The Lab behind Microlab@Bristol

Microlab@Bristol laboratory facilities

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