Andy and his team are outstanding.
I do not normally give an 'exceeds expectations' but I do wholeheartedly give this recommendation to Andy and his team! Andy's Team Manager, Cecilia, took care of all the details and made sure nothing was missed! Knowledge related to microbial diversity and function represents one of the great data gaps in marine observations, despite the fact that marine food web dynamics and associated carbon, nitrogen, silica and other key ocean ecosystem nutrient cycles are largely regulated by microbial activity.
His team not only performed the level of work required, but also introduced new efficiencies.
He was born on 30 April 1988.
Andy was a self-employed contractor which included plumbing, heating, air conditioning, remodeling of bathrooms and kitchens, building garages, roofing, and window replacements.
Together these studies seek to integrate physiological, bioinformatic, statistical, functional and comparative genomics strategies and data streams to elucidate the regulatory networks that regulate nutrient flux for the major lineages of marine eukaryotic phytoplankton.