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Danone Nutricia Research

Danone Nutricia Early Life Nutrition pioneers in specialised nutrition since 1896. We appreciate that pregnant and lactating women, infants and young children have specific requirements and need specialised nutrition to build the foundation for lifelong health. We are committed to providing safe, high quality, science-based nutritional solutions, services and education, which meet parents’ needs and ensure their children a healthy start in life.

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Experimental Biofilm Communities
ZEISS Microscopy

ZEISS is one of the world-leading manufacturers of microscopes. In addition to excellent light-/ion- and electron microscopes, ZEISS manufactures a diverse range of fluorescence optical sectioning systems as well as high-resolution x-ray microscopes. ZEISS also offers unique technology - such as multiple-beam scanning electron microscopy and helium ion microscopy. ZEISS Microscopy is a leading provider of microscope solutions in the life sciences and materials research markets and Quality Assurance/Quality Control. Microscope systems by ZEISS are much more than just hardware. A dedicated and well-trained sales force, an extensive support infrastructure and a responsive service team enable customers to use their ZEISS instruments to their full potential. More at www.zeiss.com.sg/microscopy

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Experimental Biofilm Communities Biofilm Matrix Urban Water Cycle Air Microbiome Host Microbiome Interactions Antibiofilm Drugs Marine Biofilms & Microbiomes Micro-scale Biofilm Behaviour
Centre for Marine Bio-Innovation

The Centre for Marine Bio-Innovation (CMB) is an international leader in both fundamental and applied research in the areas of microbiology and ecology. A particular focus of the CMB’s research is the interactions between microorganisms and eukaryotic host organisms within the holobiont concept. The scientific expertise within the CMB lies in the combined use of ecological and molecular approaches to gain insight into both positive (e.g. healthy development of the host) and negative aspects (e.g. disease) of holobionts. Underpinning these approaches are the CMB’s technical expertises in experimental ecology, analytical chemistry, environmental microbiology and -omics technologies. These combined and cutting-edge skills have the capacity and required resolution to accurately reveal information on holobiont function, both on a broad, environmental scale and a detailed, molecular level.

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Experimental Biofilm Communities Biofilm Matrix Marine Biofilms & Microbiomes