AquES receives UK Newton fund

AquES is working together with colleagues from Southampton on identifying trade-offs of changing land use for aquatic environmental and socio-economic health.  Flyer

New coral-bacteria paper

Congrats to Thomas and Ang for publishing their nice little project !

New Fungi paper

Well done Changi ! Marine seaweeds are known to produce valuable medicinal compounds such as antioxidants and anticoagulants, and have been reported to display antimicrobial activity against gram positive and gram negative bacteria. In this study marine brown seaweed, Padina sp., was studied with regards to their endophytic fungi….

AquES in Famelab Final !

2 AquEs members becoming famous!! Well done Edwin and Jessica for making the final of Famelab 2016. One of the worlds biggest scientific communication competitions !

PhD project available

We are looking for a PhD student to work on Evolutionary history of our local corals through by combining information from molecular and geochemical parameters. Project is in collaboration with colleagues from Shanghai and if you are interested in this project, please contact Aazani.