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Making sense of sewage: a multi-omics approach

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Resource recovery from wastewater increasingly relies on the actions of a complex community of anaerobic microbes. My group is identifying routes for the optimisation of biogas production from organic waste, with the long-term goal of identifying means of manipulating these communities at scale. We are mapping microbial community changes using a variety of ‘omics approaches. In this seminar, I will discuss how nanopore sequencing and machine learning are enhancing our metagenomics analyses, our initial foray into untargeted metabolomics and, how high throughput growth screens could be applied to microbial community optimisation.

This talk is part of the BSS Formal Seminars series.

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