Another output from our Newton Fund collaboration with partners at KMUTT in Thailand: The paper Valorisation of agricultural waste derived biochars in aquaculture to remove organic micropollutants from water – experimental study and molecular dynamics simulations was just published in the Journal of Environmental Management.
Kishor, Adrian, Rixia and Aom skillfully delivered a fantastic on-site molecular diagnostics workshop for delegates from Newcastle University, the University of Glasgow, and the University of Leeds. Using Russell’s BeWISe Van and our Suitcase Lab we were able to demonstrate the on-site detection of marker genes for human host associated Bacteroides (HF183) in river water. A global first?
Who would have thought that spending time with your family would become so difficult? So I appreciated the hikes with my brother in the Alps, and my time with parents, relatives, and former schoolmates in Switzerland even more than usual.