International Polychaete Day Feature Series II Tubeworm culture in research Last week, we mentioned polychaete species that are relatively mobile in the sediment. Today, we shift the focus to a tubeworm species and its larval culture. Tubeworms are sessile worms that...read more
International Polychaete Day Feature Series I Looking into the polychaetes species of Singapore In this four-part series celebrating International Polychaete Day (1st July), we will feature four different polychaete research carried out at the St John’s Island Marine...read more
SJINML celebrates International Polychaete Day! Come Sunday, the 1st of July, we will be celebrating International Polychaete Day. The date commemorates the birthday of the late Dr Kristian Fauchald, a world-renowned polychaete scientist. This marks the fourth year of...read more
Researchers here have found that some marine organisms may be able to retain tiny pieces of plastic in their bodies for several days.
Researchers here have found that some marine organisms may be able to retain tiny pieces of plastic in their bodies for several days. NUS Press Release: Here Media Releases: The Straits Times Online, 1 June 2018: Marine life can retain tiny plastic for days,...read more
South Java Deep-Sea Biodiversity Expedition Join our scientists as they explore the deep ocean off the south-west coast of Java with scientists from Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) on board the research vessel Baruna Jaya VIII.... The South Java deep-sea...read more
Researchers from the marine lab report the identity of the latest alien invader as Mytella strigata (Hanley, 1843) in the latest issue of the journal, Molluscan Research. Official link to NUS website: Here Links to online news: Lianhe Zaobao: Here Straits Times: Here...read more
The Young Scientists (YS) Community of the World Economic Forum, in consultation with senior researchers and ethicists, developed a universal Code of Ethics for Researchers to serve as a guide with ethical principles on how to be ethical scientists in today's world....read more