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(Don’t) look up – there are microbes in the sky!

(Don’t) look up – there are microbes in the sky! New “vertical map” of airborne microorganisms indicates how global warming will impact global ecosystems Share: In the Media 08 Feb 2022 SCELSE scientists at NTU have found that bacteria and fungi populate...

SCELSE propels marine science into its next phase

SCELSE propels marine science into its next phase Share: In the Media 20 Sep 2021 Marine science in Singapore is poised for greater impact – not just with climate change but with local solutions for global problems. Singapore can now leverage the outcomes of the...

Commentary: Don’t let wastewater go to waste

Commentary: Don’t let wastewater go to waste Please, no pooh-poohing poo. At least that is what SCELSE Research Fellow Dr Anika Cokro would like readers of the local broadsheet The Straits Times to note. Share: SCELSE Research Fellow Dr Anika Cokro tell us why...

Using microbes against microplastics

Using microbes against microplastics Share: Image Source In the Media 14 Feb 2021 The visual cliche of fishing up a ratty boot from the waters is possibly a little outdated during this time of a global COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, face masks are increasingly being...