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Marine sponges acquire nutrients by filtering and eating bacteria from the seawater, but they also at the same time harbour a remarkable diversity of bacterial symbionts that don’t get digested. ...
Antibiotics from natural sources are an essential part of modern medicine, however their function in the environment is poorly understood. In this project we perform manipulation experiments both...
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School of Material Sciences and Engineering
Sydney Institute of Marine Sciences (SIMS)
Singapore Centre on Environmental Life Sciences Engineering, SCELSE
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