The Neuer lab team includes undergraduate, graduate students, and post-docs studying the link between plankton diversity, trophic dynamics and the biological carbon pump in the modern and ancient oceans.


We were at the 2019 Aquatic Sciences Meeting!

This past February the lab showcased their research at ASLO's 2019 Aquatic Sciences Meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Dr. Neuer presented a poster on results of optical (satellite and drone derived) data from one of Arizona's water reservoirs, Saguaro Lake. Kassandra...

read more

“Priming the ocean’s carbon pump”

Our research on the aggregation of marine picophytoplankton was acknowledged and described on a featured article in the March 2019 issue of ASU's "Thrive" magazine. The article was also featured in ASU Now and on ASU's homepage! Click here to access the article  ...

read more

The Neuer Lab in ASU news!

The Neuer group’s latest achievement has been featured in a Biodesign Institute news story and on ASU Now, as the first laboratory group to receive a research grant in the new Center for Fundamental and Applied Microbiomics. This center’s mission involves the study of...

read more