07 September, 2023
The role that seabed species and plants play in mixing sediments in mangroves could help to support responses to ecosystem stress and to aid regeneration.
06 September, 2023
She came for the stem cell science and thrived in a nurturing environment.
05 September, 2023
A simple enzymatic pathway taken from fungi can enhance the production and storage of provitamin A in crop plants.
28 August, 2023
A long-term breeding program is developing elite lines of Salicornia to produce a sustainable and nutritionally valuable seed oil crop.
24 August, 2023
PNP editing emerges as a versatile and programmable tool for site-specific DNA manipulations.
22 August, 2023
A decentralized technology designed to treat wastewater at the source offers huge benefits to people in remote areas who lack access to sewer infrastructure.
20 August, 2023
Drugs that inhibit a key protein should offer new targeted cancer therapy for leukemia and breast cancer.
17 August, 2023
Professor Amin Abbosh
Environmental Science & Engineering SeminarUnderstanding the electroactive biofilm: the basis for a standardized BOD sensor
Professor Xin Wang
Bioengineering SeminarDeepTMHMM predicts alpha and beta transmembrane proteins using deep neural networks
Professor Ole Winther
Invited SeminarThe Microbiome of Octocorals: From Diversity, Function and Metabolic Interaction to Blue Biotech Opportunities
Dr. Tina Keller-Costa
Environmental Science & Engineering SeminarFighting Climate Change with Super-hygroscopic Hydrogels
Dr. Tan Swee Ching
Research at the BESE Division brings students, faculty, and researchers together to push the frontiers of science through collaborative inquiry into issues of global and regional significance.
The Faculty at BESE belong to one of two communities: Bioscience and Biological Engineering or Environmental Science Engineering. Those communities cover the following Research Areas.