Publications
    1. Poquita-Du, R.C., C.S.L. Ng, J.B. Loo, L. Afiq-Rosli, Y.C. Tay, P.A. Todd, L.M. Chou, D.Huang (2017). New evidence shows that Pocilloporadamicornis-like’corals in Singapore are actually Pocillopora acuta (Scleractinia:Pocilloporidae). Biodiversity Data Journal, 5: e11407.doi:10.3897/BDJ.5.e11407

    2. Tan, J. L., Phoi Chin Goh, Daniel J. Blackwood (2017). Influence of H2S-producing chemical species in culture medium and energy source starvation on carbon steel corrosion caused by methanogens. Corrosion Science, Vol 119 pp 102-111. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.corsci.2017.02.014

    3. Jogdeo, P., Chai, R., Sun,S., Saballus. M., Constancias, F., Wijesinghe, S.L., Thierry, D., Blackwood, D.J., McDougald, D., Rice, S.A., and Marsili, E. (2017). Onset of Microbial Influenced Corrosion (MIC) in Stainless Steel Exposed to Mixed Species Biofilms from Equatorial Seawater. Journal of The Electrochemical Society, Vol 164, Issue 9, C532-C538. http://jes.ecsdl.org/content/164/9/C532.full
    4. Bauman AG, Hoey AS, Dunshea G, Feary DA, Low J, Todd PA (2017). Macroalgal browsing on a heavily degraded, urbanized equatorial reef system. Scientific Reports 7: 8352. doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-08873-3

    5. Zhu, MK    Wu, P., Li, QL., Xu, B. (2017). Vacancy-induced brittle to ductile transition of W-M co-doped Al3Ti (M=Si, Ge, Sn and Pb)    Scientific Reports, Vol 7  Article Number: 13964. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-017-14398-6

    6. Hartmann AC, Baird AH, Knowlton N, Huang D (2017). The paradox of environmental symbiont acquisition in obligate mutualisms. Current Biology 27: 3711–3716. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2017.10.036

    7. Yuen K. Ip, Clarissa Z. Y. Koh, Kum C. Hiong, Celine Y. L. Choo, Mel V. Boo, Wai P. Wong, Mei L. Neo and Shit F. Chew (2017). Carbonic anhydrase 2‐like in the giant clam, Tridacna squamosa: characterization, localization, response to light, and possible role in the transport of inorganic carbon from the host to its symbionts.  Physiological Report 5(23): e13494. doi: 10.14814/phy2.13494

    8. Huang, D., E.E. Goldberg, L.M. Chou, K. Roy (2018). The origin and evolution of coral species richness in a marine biodiversity hotspot. Evolution, 72(2): 288–302. doi: 10.1111/evo.13402

    9. Jiang D, Lee S, Bae SW, and Park S-Y (2018). Smartphone integrated optoelectrowetting (SiOEW) for on-chip sample processing and microscopic detection of water quality. Lab on a Chip (18), 532 - 539  DOI: 10.1039/c7lc01095h

    10. Chénard, C. and Chan, A. M. (2018). Isolation and Purification of Viruses Infecting Cyanobacteria Using a Liquid Bioassay Approach. Bio-protocol 8(2): e2691. DOI: 10.21769/BioProtoc.2691. 

    11. Acerbi E., Chénard C., Schuster S.C. and Lauro F.M. (2018). Supervised classification of short DNA fragments reveals the existence of light-dark oscillations during infection of phytoplankton by viruses. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Bioinformatics Models, Methods and Algorithms, 2018, SciTePress.

    12. Lai, S., Loke, L. H. L., Chisholm, R. A., Todd, P. A. (2018). Biodiversity surveys and stable isotope analyses reveal key differences in intertidal assemblages between tropical seawalls and rocky shores. Marine Ecology Progress Series.  pp41- 53 https://doi.org/10.3354/meps12409

    13. Mirzaei, A., Kwon, YJ, Wu, P., Kim, SS., Kim, HW,. (2018). Converting the Conducting Behavior of Graphene Oxides from n-Type to p-Type via Electron-Beam Irradiation. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Vol 10 (8), pp 7324-7333
      https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acsami.7b16458

    14. Doyle, L. E., Marsili, E. (2018). Weak electricigens: A new avenue for bioelectrochemical research. Bioresource Technology    Vol 258 pp354-364. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biortech.2018.02.073

    15. Jeong, JI, Yang, JH., Jung, JH., Lee, KH., Kim, HJ., Jung, YH., Kim, TY., Lee, MH., Hwang, SH., Wu, P., Kim, JH and Kim, SS,. (2018). Super anticorrosion of aluminized steel by a controlled Mg supply.Scientific Reports Vol 8(3760) https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-22097-z

    16. Doyle, L., Williams, R.B.H., Rice., S.A,  Marsili, E. and Lauro., F.M.  (2018). Draft genome sequence of Enterobacter sp. EA-1, an electrochemically-active microorganism isolated from tropical sediment. Genome Annoucements, Vol 6, no 9    e00111-18. http://genomea.asm.org/content/6/9/e00111-18.full

    17. Ip, Y. K., Hiong, K. C., Lim, L. J. Y., Choo, C. Y. L., Boo, M. V., Wong, W. P., Neo, M. L., Chew, S. F. (2018). Molecular characterization, light-dependent expression, and cellular localization of a host vacuolar-type H+-ATPase (VHA) subunit A in the giant clam, Tridacna squamosa, indicate the involvement of the host VHA in the uptake of inorganic carbon and its supply to the symbiotic zooxanthellae. Gene 659: pp 137-148 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gene.2018.03.054

    18. Bhargava, S., Lee, S.C.S, Ying,S.M. S., Neo M.L., Teo, L-M. S, Valiyaveettil, S. (2018).
      Fate of Nanoplastics in Marine Larvae: A Case Study Using Barnacles, Amphibalanus amphitrite.
      ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng. https://pubs.acs.org/doi/full/10.1021/acssuschemeng.8b00766

    19. Koh, C. Z. Y., Hiong, K. C., Choo, C. Y. L., Boo, M. V., Wong, W. P., Chew, S. R., Neo, M. L. and Ip, Y. K. (2018). Molecular characterization of a Dual Domain Carbonic Anhydrase from the ctenidium of the giant clam, Tridacna squamosa, and its expression levels after light exposure, cellular localization, and possible role in the uptake of exogenous inorganic carbon. Frontier in Physiololgy, 9: pp 281 https://doi.org/10.3389/fphys.2018.00281

    20. Lee S and Bae SW (2018). Evaluating the newly developed dye, DyeTox13 Green C-2 Azide, and comparing it with existing EMA and PMA for the differentiation of viable and nonviable bacteria. Journal of Microbiological Methods doi.org/10.1016/j.mimet.2018.03.018

    Conference Presentations

    1. Todd, P.A. Ecologically engineering Singapore’s seawalls to enhance biodiversity. 1st International Workshop on Eco-shoreline Designs for Sustainable Coastal Development. (2016). Hong Kong

    2. George, C., Chénard,  C.,  Wong SM., Leong, CY., Rice, S., McDougald, D., Martin, P., Drillet, G., Trottet, A.,  Low, S.M., Lauro, F. Using portable DNA Sequencers for rapid and precise characterization of phytoplankton blooms. Asia-Pacific Aquaculture conference. (2017). Malaysia.

    3. Tan, W.T.  Do Singapore's seawalls host non-native marine molluscs? Aquatic Alien Invasive Species in Southeast Asia (AIASSEA). (2017). Singapore.  

    4. Enrico Marsili. The other guys: characterization of weak electricigens biofilms. Extracellular Electron Transfer: Mechanisms and Opportunities. (2017). UK.

    5. Ong, M.J.F., Lim SC.,, Pang, LM., Tan, A.Z.C., Chin, J.S.F., Tan, KS., Liang, ZX., Yang, L., Glukhov,  E., Gerwick, W. and  Tan LT. Biological and Metabolomic Approaches to Drug Discovery from Microbes Associated with Deep Water Marine Sponges from Singapore. 10th European Conference on Marine Natural Products. (2017). Greece.

    6. Lauro, F. Molecular Methods for Coastal Monitoring and Biological Control of Phytoplankton Blooms. Global Marine Science Summit Coastal Resilience and the Blue Economy. (2017). USA.

    7. Bhargava, S., Ahmad, SK., Turaga, S.P., Bettiol, A.A., and Valiyaveettil, S. Encapsulation of Two Perylene Dyes in Polymer Nanoparticles for FRET Interactions. MRS 2017 Fall Meeting. (2017). USA - poster presentation

    8. Sriramulu, D., Turaga, S.P., Ang, XY., Bettiol, A.A., and Valiyaveettil, V. Superhydrophobic Self-Cleaning NIR Reflective Silica Nanoparticles. MRS 2017 Fall Meeting. (2017). USA.

    9. Valiyaveettil, S. Comparing the Optical Properties of Ordered and Disordered Perylene Dyes Inside the Silica Nanoparticles. MRS 2017 Fall Meeting. (2017). USA.

    10. Ping Wu. Surface modelling for semiconductors and alloys based on physical and mechanical chemistry. Surface Treatment and Modification Technologies. (2017). South Korea.

    11. A. Gurskaya    E.G. Smith, B.C.C. Hume, D.M. McParland, C.R. Voolstra, P.A. Todd, A.G. Bauman, J.A. Burt. Characterisation of symbiont communities from the marginal reefs of Singapore. European Coral Reef Symposium. (2017). UK.

    12. D.F. Feary ,  A.G. Bauman, A.S. Hoey. Ecological versatility in structuring success in marginal reefs. European Coral Reef Symposium. (2017). UK.

    13. R.C. Poquita-Du, L.M. Chou, D. Huang, P.A. Todd.  Molecular and photo-physiological responses of Pocillopora acuta to elevated temperature and sediments exposure. European Coral Reef Symposium. (2017). UK.

    14. Quek, Z.B.R., S.S. Jain, M.L. Neo, D. Huang. Phylogenomics of corals: the potential of transcriptomes in bait design for target DNA enrichment. 22nd Biological Sciences Graduate Congress. (2017). Singapore.

    15. Jenny, A.G. Bauman, P.A. Todd. Dynamics of coral–macroalgal interactions on Singapore’s heavily impacted reef systems. 22nd Biological Sciences Graduate Congress. (2017). Singapore.

    16. Enzo Acerbi, Caroline Chenard, Stephan C Schuster, Federico M Lauro. Supervised classification of short DNA fragments reveals the existence of light-dark oscillations during infection of phytoplankton by viruses. BIOINFORMATICS 2018 (2018). Portugal - Won best paper award

    17. Marsili, E. Microbially influenced corrosion. Biofilms – Fundamental and Applications. (2018). Italy.  

    18. Moynihan, M., Amini, S., Tanzil. T., Chua, I. J. Q., Fabbro, G., Fan, T. Y., Schmidt, D. N., Miserez, A. G. T., Goodkin, N. F. Mechanical properties of Porites corals reveal large variability across environments in Asia. Ocean Sciences. (2018). USA.

    19. Ooi Seng Keat, Sin Tsai Min, Esther Clews and Maria Su. Understanding local impacts through the use of regional data – the need for reliable, long-term regional data sets. Management and Conservation Workshop.(2018). Malaysia  

    20. Bae, S., Lee, S. Rapid and real-time detection on microbial contamination using a Smart Technology. The 3rd International Forum on Asian Water Environment Technology (IFAWET). (2018). Singapore.

    21. Chénard, C. Structuring of viral communities by nutrient availability in marine coastal environments.  Joint Academic Microbiology Seminars. (2018). Australia.