Kyle M. Lancaster
Bioinorganic chemistry; inorganic chemistry; inorganic spectroscopy
Current Research Interest
Microbial ammonia oxidation (nitrification); biogeochemical nitrogen and carbon cycles; transition metal structure, bonding, and reactivity; redox non-innocent ligands; advanced x-ray spectroscopic methods
Forbes 30 Under 30: Science and Health
Department of Energy Office of Science Early Career Award
National Science Foundation CAREER Award
Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship
Caranto, Jonathan D. and Kyle M. Lancaster. “Nitric Oxide is an Obligate Bacterial Nitrification Intermediate Produced by Hydroxylamine Oxidoreductase.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114 (2017): 8217–8222.
Caranto, Jonathan D., Avery C. Vilbert, and Kyle M. Lancaster. “Nitrosomonas europaea Cytochrome P460 Is a Direct Link between Nitrification and Nitrous Oxide Emission.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113 (2016): 14704–14709.
Cornell Research Website Article
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