TER News

  • MSc. Karoline Klaus

    28.01.16
    People

    Congratulations!

    Karoline Klaus successfully defended her Master thesis entitled „A novel approach to measure microbial carbon use efficiency by estimating growth from 18O incorporation into DNA". Excellent, Karo!

  • Social microbes

    New article in Nature Communications

    05.12.15
    Publication

    Social dynamics within decomposer communities lead to nitrogen retention and organic matter build-up in soils,
    C. Kaiser, O. Franklin, A. Richter & U. Dieckmann, Nature Communications 6: 8960
     

  • MSc. Anna Teufl

    02.12.15
    People

    Congratulations!

    Anna successfully defended her Master thesis entitled "Controls on soil organic matter decomposition along a latitudinal transect in Western Siberia". Well done, Anna!

  • Sampling campaign at Nouragues Field station

    12.11.15
    News

    Welcome back: David Zezula and Andreas Richter just returned from a sampling campaign at the Inselberg Camp at the Nouragues Field station, French Guayana. Yield: 32 kg of fresh soil samples – lab work can start soon!

  • DMES RETREAT AT LAKE ATTERSEE

    13.10.15
    Event

    The three divisions CUBE, TER and DOME met for the first retreat of the Department of Microbiology and Ecosystem Science (DMES) from October 5-7 at lake Attersee in Upper Austria. Scientific presentations by master students, PhD students and postdocs gave ...

  • New paper in Global Biogeochemical Cycles

    10.10.15
    Publication

    Microbial nitrogen dynamics in organic and mineral soil horizons along a latitudinal transect in Western Siberia. Wild, B., Schnecker, J., Knoltsch, J., Takriti, M., Mooshammer, M., Gentsch, N., Mikutta, R., Eloy Alves, R.J., Gittel, A., Lashchinskiy, N., Richter, A. Global ...

  • FWF project micrON

    12.09.15
    News

    We congratulate Wolfgang Wanek, who received funding for the FWF project “micrON - Environmental controls of microbial organic nitrogen cycling in soils“

  • Research Network Chemistry meets Microbiology

    Research Network "Chemistry meets Microbiology"

    25.03.15
    News

    Members of the Faculty of Chemistry and the Department of Microbiology and Ecosystem Science teamed up for a novel transdisciplinary research unit. The Research Network "Chemistry meets Microbiology" (cmm) serves as nucleus to foster the research initiatives Microbiome Ecology and ...

  • Welcome Amanda!

    09.01.15
    People

    We welcome Amanda Daly, from Stuart Grandy’s Lab at the University of New Hampshire, who joins TER for a year to study the effect of microbes and soil fauna on soil nitrogen transformations. Amanda receives NSF-FWF GROW funds to ...