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Dan Aiken
Professor Thomas Curtis
Dr Elizabeth Heidrich
Avenues to the financial viability of microbial electrolysis cells [MEC] for domestic wastewater treatment and hydrogen production2019
Dr Oluwole Oyebamiji
Professor Darren Wilkinson
Dr Bowen Li
Dr Paolo Zuliani
Professor Thomas Curtis
et al.
Bayesian emulation and calibration of an individual-based model of microbial communities2019
Dr Evangelos Petropoulos
Shamas Tabraiz
Professor Thomas Curtis
Dr Jan Dolfing
High rate domestic wastewater treatment at 15 °C using anaerobic reactors inoculated with cold-adapted sediments/soils-shaping robust methanogenic communities2019
Professor Darren Wilkinson
Professor Thomas Curtis
EBI Metagenomics in 2017: Enriching the analysis of microbial communities, from sequence reads to assemblies2018
Dr Evangelos Petropoulos
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Yongjie Yu
Dr Matthew Wade
Dr Emma Bowen
et al.
Lipolysis of domestic wastewater in anaerobic reactors operating at low temperatures2018
Vincent How
Professor Thomas Curtis
Low-dissolved-oxygen nitrification in tropical sewage: An investigation on potential, performance and functional microbial community2018
Dr Sven Lahme
Cameron Callbeck
Demelza Menendez Vega
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Metabolites of an Oil Field Sulfide-Oxidizing Nitrate-Reducing Sulfurimonas sp. Cause Severe Corrosion2018
Dr Elizabeth Heidrich
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Matthew Wade
Professor William Sloan
Professor Thomas Curtis
et al.
Temperature, inocula and substrate: Contrasting electroactive consortia, diversity and performance in microbial fuel cells2018
Dr Jayathilake Pahala Gedara
Dr Prashant Gupta
Dr Bowen Li
Dr Curtis Madsen
Dr Oluwole Oyebamiji
et al.
A mechanistic individual-based model of microbial communities2017
Dr Evangelos Petropoulos
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Russell Davenport
Professor Thomas Curtis
Developing cold-adapted biomass for the anaerobic treatment of domestic wastewater at low temperatures (4, 8 and 15 °C) with inocula from cold environments2017
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