Patrick G. Hatcher will receive the 2016 Alfred Treibs Award

Patrick G. Hatcher, Batten Chair in Physical Sciences and Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Old Dominion University, will receive the 2016 Alfred Treibs Award this summer. Presented by the Society’s Organic Geochemistry Division, the award is given for major achievements, over a period of years, in organic geochemistry. Prof. Hatcher is . . . → Read More: Patrick G. Hatcher will receive the 2016 Alfred Treibs Award

Our colleague Sr. Mary Ellen Murphy, passed away (28 July 2015)

Mary Ellen Ellen Murphy

Dear colleagues,

I am sad to report that a true pioneering scientist, Sister Mary Ellen Murphy, passed away yesterday. She was part of the founding generation of researchers in our field, and helped bring organic geochemistry into the modern era, notably through her work on lunar samples and in the . . . → Read More: Our colleague Sr. Mary Ellen Murphy, passed away (28 July 2015)

Mary Anning: Google doodle celebrates the missing woman of geology | Science | The Guardian

http://www.theguardian.com/science/the-h-word/2014/may/21/mary-anning-google-doodle-geologist

Brittany Kruger and Wolfgang Rübsam winners of the Elsevier (EAOG) Research Scholarship 2012

Elsevier Research Scholarship 2012, presented on behalf of the journal Organic Geochemistry and the European Association of Organic Geochemists (EAOG), in its inaugural year 2012 winners:

Brittany Kruger (University of Minnesota, USA) is using 14C and 13C measurements to understand carbon cycling in two large lakes (Lake Malawi, Malawi and Lake Superior, USA) with respect . . . → Read More: Brittany Kruger and Wolfgang Rübsam winners of the Elsevier (EAOG) Research Scholarship 2012

Rich Pancost win Wolfson Merit award

EAOG member Rich Pancost (Organic Geochemistry Unit, School of Chemistry, Bristol University) has won coveted Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award in the latest funding round to study ‘The response of hydrological and biogeochemical cycles to past global warming.’ The project will exploit cutting-edge geochemical techniques and build on collaborations across the Faculty of Science . . . → Read More: Rich Pancost win Wolfson Merit award

EAOG Member’s Recognitions

Here you will find recognitions, awards, prizes given to EAOG members