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September 4, 2018

Lab members: Natalie, Ariel, Ryan, Jill, Katie, & Ryan - thanks purple door ice cream!

Ariel Franitza has been our in-lab genomicista this summer. She is currently starting her senior year at Carthage College as a Biology and Computer Science student....

August 24, 2018

For one month this summer, Lauren, an incoming freshman participating in the UR@UWM program, was paired with us to manage the research project “Milwaukee Microbes.” Lauren is a nursing student with interests in public health and epidemiology, so she...

February 16, 2018

If the fish gut and plant root microbiomes are as similar as Hacquard and colleagues suggested1 in 2015, why do aquaponic system plants have nutrient deficiencies?  We at UW-Milwaukee’s School of Freshwater Sciences, along with colleagues from Johns...

April 24, 2017

Check out this link to see Julia working hard on the R/V Neeskay.  CBS news Sunday Morning Spotlight in Milwaukee focused a piece on our School and the research being conducted on Lake Michigan!  http://www.cbs58.com/clip/13267501/sunday-morning-spot...

January 28, 2017

The Newton Lab has two new publications!  Ryan Bartelme published the first part of his dissertation work on the microbial community structure in a mature freshwater recirculating aquaculture biofilter.  His paper describes how operational conditions...

January 10, 2017

Natalie joined the Newton Lab today!!  We are every excited to get her into the grad student life and started on her project, related to wastewater nutrient infiltration into groundwater systems.  She will be working as part of a collaboration betwee...

November 16, 2016

Julia, the lab's do everything undergrad has been busy presenting her work on sturgeon gut microbial communities.  In the past week Julia presenting here work at the River Edge Nature Center in Saukville, WI as part of their student research symposiu...

October 27, 2016

Grad student Ryan Bartelme presented his work on recirculating aquaculture biofilters to the McMahon Lab in Madison.  He received a lot of good feedback and we had a great time chatting with Trina and her students.  

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