Yufei Zou worked as an environmental engineer in Shanghai before coming to Georgia Tech in 2012. In that role, he provided environmental-modeling and air-quality-forecasting services to the 24 million residents of Shanghai every day. Being an air-quality forecaster in China is challenging, Yufei says. “It requires dealing with lots of information and uncertainties in meteorology and atmospheric chemistry.” To advance his career, he went abroad for a Ph.D.
AbGradCon offers a unique setting for graduate students and early-career scientists interested in astrobiology research to share, collaborate, and network. Organized and attended by only graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and select undergraduates, the meeting is an ideal venue to form bonds, share ideas, and candidly discuss the issues that will help shape the future of the field.
After arriving in the U.S., Melat Hagos's family did not own a computer, but her mother took her to the local library every day so she could read and find information for homework. “This led me to love reading and kept me interested in school,” she says.
Congratulations to Yuanzhi Tang and Chris Reinhard on their recently published article in Nature Communications, conducted by Emily Saad, and in collaboration with Yale University.
Emily Saad, Xiangli Wang, Noah J. Planavsky, Christopher T. Reinhard, Yuanzhi Tang. Chromium isotope fractionation induced by ligand-promoted mobilization of Cr(III).