Join E3BNet for a webinar next week on “Sustainable landscapes for microbe–mineral interactions: relevance to mineral recovery and agricultural systems“
Thursday 28th April 2022 at 9.30
Professor Richard Herrington, Head of the Earth Sciences Department at the Natural History Museum, investigates the behaviour of metals critical for our modern economy in earth systems. This presentation will focus on the impact of metal-related microbial processes relevant to the recovery of valuable and often at-risk minerals and also to sustaining soil health. Richard studies metals concentrated by deep weathering processes in surface systems and has projects focused on cobalt and on rare earth metals, amongst others. He collaborates extensively with industry and is an enthusiastic advocate for sub-disciplines linked to core missions of the E3B BBSRC NIBB.
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