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Dr Geoffrey Abbott
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
Dr Mark Stevenson
Biogeochemical consequences of a changing Arctic shelf seafloor ecosystem2022
Dr Jan Dolfing
Professor Ian Head
An underappreciated DIET for anaerobic petroleum hydrocarbon-degrading microbial communities2021
Paniz Izadi
Dr Jean-Marie Fontmorin
Swee Su Lim
Professor Ian Head
Professor Eileen Yu
et al.
Enhanced bio-production from CO2 by microbial electrosynthesis (MES) with continuous operational mode2021
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Luiza Lessa Andrade
Dr Cees van der Land
Kirsten Dutton
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Erosion-initiated stromatolite and thrombolite formation in a present-day coastal sabkha setting2021
Dr Martin Spurr
Professor Eileen Yu
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Professor Ian Head
No re-calibration required? Stability of a bioelectrochemical sensor for biodegradable organic matter over 800 days2021
Paniz Izadi
Dr Jean-Marie Fontmorin
Professor Ian Head
Professor Eileen Yu
The effect of the polarised cathode, formate and ethanol on chain elongation of acetate in microbial electrosynthesis2021
Swee Su Lim
Dr Jean-Marie Fontmorin
Ed Milner
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Zinc removal and recovery from industrial wastewater with a microbial fuel cell: Experimental investigation and theoretical prediction2021
Dr Martin Spurr
Professor Eileen Yu
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Professor Ian Head
A microbial fuel cell sensor for unambiguous measurement of organic loading and definitive identification of toxic influents2020
leanne Blake
Dr Angela Sherry
Obioma MEJEHA
Dr Peter Leary
Professor Ian Head
et al.
An Unexpectedly Broad Thermal and Salinity-Tolerant Estuarine Methanogen Community2020
Tetyana Korin
Dr Carolyn Aitken
Bernard Bowler
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Anaerobic microbial communities and their potential for bioenergy production in heavily biodegraded petroleum reservoirs2020
Dr Beate Christgen
Professor Yujie Feng
Professor Thomas Curtis
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Professor Eileen Yu
et al.
Chapter 4: Metal Recovery Using Microbial Electrochemical Technologies2020
Dr Sven Lahme
Dr Lucy Eland
Professor Anil Wipat
Professor Ian Head
Professor Casey Hubert
et al.
Comparison of sulfide-oxidizing Sulfurimonas strains reveals a new mode of thiosulfate formation in subsurface environments2020
Dr Alexiane Godain
Dr Martin Spurr
Professor Eileen Yu
Professor Ian Head
Detection of 4-Nitrophenol, a Model Toxic Compound, using Multi-stage Microbial Fuel Cells2020
Professor Ian Head
Editorial: Resource Recovery From Waste2020
Carolina Ospina Betancourth
Dr Kishor Acharya
Dr Ben Allen
Jim Entwistle
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Enrichment of Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria in a Nitrogen-Deficient Wastewater Treatment System2020
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Russell Grant
Dr Carolyn Aitken
Dr Martin Jones
Bernard Bowler
et al.
Methanogenic crude oil-degrading microbial consortia are not universally abundant in anoxic environments2020
Dr Carolyn Aitken
Professor Ian Head
Microbial Community Composition in Crude Oils and Asphalts from the Kurdistan Region of Iraq2020
Paniz Izadi
Dr Jean-Marie Fontmorin
Dr Alexiane Godain
Professor Eileen Yu
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Parameters influencing the development of highly conductive and efficient biofilm during microbial electrosynthesis: the importance of applied potential and inorganic carbon source2020
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Ana Suarez Suarez
Professor Ian Head
Professor Casey Hubert
Sediment cooling triggers germination and sulfate reduction by heat-resistant thermophilic spore-forming bacteria2020
Obioma Mejeha
Professor Ian Head
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Clare McCann
Dr Peter Leary
et al.
Beyond N and P: The impact of Ni on crude oil biodegradation2019
Edward Milner
Professor Ian Head
Professor Eileen Yu
Bioelectrochemical treatment and recovery of copper from distillery waste effluents using power and voltage control strategies2019
Dr Angela Sherry
Obioma Mejeha
Professor Ian Head
Combining electrokinetic transport and bioremediation for enhanced removal of crude oil from contaminated marine sediments: Results of a long-term, mesocosm-scale experiment2019
Dr Adrien Vigneron
Professor Ian Head
Contrasting Pathways for Anaerobic Methane Oxidation in Gulf of Mexico Cold Seep Sediments2019
Paniz Izadi
Dr Jean-Marie Fontmorin
Professor Ian Head
Professor Eileen Yu
High performing gas diffusion biocathode for microbial fuel cells using acidophilic iron-oxidizing bacteria2019
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Ian Head
Anode potential selection for sulfide removal in contaminated marine sediments2018
Dr Adrien Vigneron
Professor Ian Head
Professor Nicolas Tsesmetzis
Beyond the tip of the iceberg; a new view of the diversity of sulfite- and sulfate-reducing microorganisms2018
Dr Carolyn Aitken
Professor Ian Head
Dr Martin Jones
Comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography-mass spectrometry, of complex mixtures of anaerobic bacterial metabolites of petroleum hydrocarbons2018
Dr Adrien Vigneron
Professor Ian Head
Professor Nicolas Tsesmetzis
Damage to offshore production facilities by corrosive microbial biofilms2018
Dr Lynsay Blake
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Ian Head
Professor Casey Hubert
Distribution of thermophilic endospores in a temperate estuary indicate that dispersal history structures sediment microbial communities2018
Professor Russell Davenport
Dr Martin Spurr
Professor Ian Head
Brett Cherry
Engineering biology for the circular economy in water resources2018
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Ian Head
Erosion-initiated stromatolite formation in a recent hypersaline sabkha setting (Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates)2018
Dr Martin Spurr
Professor Eileen Yu
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Professor Ian Head
Extending the dynamic range of biochemical oxygen demand sensing with multi-stage microbial fuel cells2018
Professor Eileen Yu
Dr Shahid Rasul
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Professor Ian Head
Life cycle, techno-economic and dynamic simulation assessment of bioelectrochemical systems: A case of formic acid synthesis2018
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 Adrien Vigneron
Professor Ian Head
Microbial community analysis of three hydrocarbon reservoir cores provides valuable insights for the assessment of reservoir souring potential2018
Kirsten Dutton
Professor Ian Head
Dr Cees van der Land
Dr Angela Sherry
A new model for the formation of microbial polygons in a coastal sabkha setting2017
Dr Angela Sherry
Obioma MEJEHA
Professor Ian Head
Bridging spatially segregated redox zones with a microbial electrochemical snorkel triggers biogeochemical cycles in oil-contaminated River Tyne (UK) sediments2017
Kirsten Dutton
Dr Luiza Lessa Andrade
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Ian Head
Dr Cees van der Land
et al.
Carbonate mineralisation in sabkha microbial mats; a comparative study of field and laboratory systems2017
Dr David Lavallee
Professor Ian Head
Comparative metagenomics of hydrocarbon and methane seeps of the Gulf of Mexico2017
Kirsten Dutton
Dr Cees van der Land
Dr Luiza Lessa Andrade
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Early cements versus pore-water chemical composition in the subsurface of the sabkha of Abu Dhabi2017
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Ana Suarez Suarez
Professor Ian Head
Electrobioremediation of oil spills2017
Dr Ed Milner
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Professor Ian Head
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Eileen Yu
et al.
Evaluation of porous carbon felt as an aerobic biocathode support in terms of hydrogen peroxide2017
Dr Timothy Martin
Dr Andrew Goodhead
Dr Kishor Acharya
Professor Ian Head
Professor Jason Snape
et al.
High Throughput Biodegradation-Screening Test to Prioritize and Evaluate Chemical Biodegradability2017
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Beate Christgen
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
How to access and exploit natural resources sustainably: petroleum biotechnology2017
Dr Adrien Vigneron
Professor Ian Head
Microbial and isotopic evidence for methane cycling in hydrocarbon-containing groundwater from the Pennsylvania region2017
Kirsten Dutton
Dr Cees van der Land
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Ian Head
Microbial communities inhabiting hypersaline microbial mats from the Abu Dhabi sabkha2017
Professor Ian Head
Microorganisms in the Oil and Gas Industry2017
Professor Nicolas Tsesmetzis
Professor Ian Head
Protocols for investigating the microbial communities of oil and gas reservoirs2017
Dr Adrien Vigneron
Professor Ian Head
Succession in the petroleum reservoir microbiome through an oil field production lifecycle2017
Thomas Oldenburg
Dr Martin Jones
Dr Barry Bennett
Professor Ian Head
The controls on the composition of biodegraded oils in the deep subsurface- Part 4. Destruction and production of high molecular weight non-hydrocarbon species and destruction of aromatic hydrocarbons during progressive in-reservoir biodegradation2017
Dr Luiza Lessa Andrade
Kirsten Dutton
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Cees van der Land
Professor Ian Head
et al.
The development of stromatolitic features from laminated microbial mats in the coastal sabkha of Abu Dhabi (UAE)2017
Dr Cees van der Land
Kirsten Dutton
Dr Angela Sherry
Tom Fender
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Tracing biosignatures from the Recent to the Jurassic in sabkha-associated microbial mats2017
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Professor Eileen Yu
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
A critical review of integration analysis of microbial electrosynthesis (MES) systems with waste biorefineries for the production of biofuel and chemical from reuse of CO22016
Professor Ian Head
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Professor Eileen Yu
A multilevel sustainability analysis of zinc recovery from wastes2016
Professor Ian Head
Anodes Stimulate Anaerobic Toluene Degradation via Sulfur Cycling in Marine Sediments2016
Dr Adrien Vigneron
Professor Ian Head
Complementary Microorganisms in Highly Corrosive Biofilms from an Offshore Oil Production Facility2016
Professor Ian Head
Professor Neil Gray
Microbial Biotechnology 2020; microbiology of fossil fuel resources2016
Dr Ed Milner
Dr Dorin-Mirel Popescu
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
et al.
Microbial fuel cells with highly active aerobic biocathodes2016
Professor Ian Head
MIxS-HCR: a MIxS extension defining a minimal information standard for sequence data from environments pertaining to hydrocarbon resources2016
Micol Bellucci
Dr Dana Ofiteru
Dr Luciano Beneduce
Professor David Graham
Professor Ian Head
et al.
A preliminary and qualitative study of resource ratio theory to nitrifying lab-scale bioreactors2015
Dr Beate Christgen
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Dr Jan Dolfing
Professor Ian Head
Professor Thomas Curtis
et al.
An evaluation of the performance and economics of membranes and separators in single chamber microbial fuel cells treating domestic wastewater2015
Professor Ian Head
Geomicrobiology of Fossil Fuels2015
Dr Cees van der Land
Dr Martin Jones
Thomas Fender
Kirsten Dutton
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Organic matter distribution in hypersaline microbial mats2015
Dr Paola Meynet
Professor Ian Head
Professor David Werner
Professor Russell Davenport
Re-evaluation of dioxygenase gene phylogeny for the development and validation of a quantitative assay for environmental aromatic hydrocarbon degraders2015
Dr Lynsay Blake
Professor Ian Head
Professor Neil Gray
Response of methanogens in Arctic sediments to temperature and methanogenic substrate availability2015
Dr Casey Hubert
Emma Bell
Professor Ian Head
Survival of Desulfotomaculum spores from estuarine sediments after serial autoclaving and high-temperature exposure2015
Professor Ian Head
Workshop to develop deep-life continental scientific drilling projects2015
Uzochukwu Ugochukwu Ugochukwu
Professor Ian Head
Professor David Manning
Biodegradation and adsorption of C1-and C2-phenanthrenes and C1-and C2-dibenzothiophenes in the presence of clay minerals: effect on forensic diagnostic ratios2014
Uzochukwu Ugochukwu Ugochukwu
Professor Ian Head
Professor David Manning
Dr Claire Fialips
Biodegradation and adsorption of crude oil hydrocarbons supported on "homoionic" montmorillonite clay minerals2014
Uzochukwu Ugochukwu Ugochukwu
Professor Ian Head
Professor David Manning
Dr Claire Fialips
Biodegradation of crude oil saturated fraction supported on clays2014
Dr Luciano Beneduce
Dr Micol Bellucci
Professor Ian Head
Correlation of seasonal nitrification failure and ammonia-oxidizing community dynamics in a wastewater treatment plant treating water from a saline thermal spa2014
Uzochukwu Ugochukwu Ugochukwu
Professor Ian Head
Professor David Manning
Dr Claire Fialips
Effect of acid activated clay minerals on biodegradation of crude oil hydrocarbons2014
Dr Ed Milner
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Professor Ian Head
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Eileen Yu
et al.
Electrochemical Investigation of Aerobic Biocathodes at Different Poised Potentials: Evidence for Mediated Extracellular Electron Transfer2014
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
Family Achromatiaceae2014
Dr Arvind Singh
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Martin Jones
Bernard Bowler
et al.
Kinetic parameters for nutrient enhanced crude oil biodegradation in intertidal marine sediments2014
Professor Ian Head
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Stephen Larter
Life in the slow lane; biogeochemistry of biodegraded petroleum containing reservoirs and implications for energy recovery and carbon management2014
Professor Stephen Larter
Professor Ian Head
Oil Sands and Heavy Oil: Origin and Exploitation2014
Dr Andrew Goodhead
Professor Ian Head
Professor Russell Davenport
Standard inocula preparations reduce the bacterial diversity and reliability of regulatory biodegradation tests2014
Professor Ian Head
The Family Nitrosomonadaceae2014
Professor Ian Head
The metabolic pathways and environmental controls of hydrocarbon biodegradation in marine ecosystems2014
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Russell Grant
Dr Carolyn Aitken
Dr Martin Jones
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Volatile hydrocarbons inhibit methanogenic crude oil degradation2014
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Carolyn Aitken
Dr Martin Jones
Professor Stephen Larter
et al.
Anaerobic biodegradation of crude oil under sulphate-reducing conditions leads to only modest enrichment of recognized sulphate-reducing taxa2013
Dr Arvind Singh
Professor Russell Davenport
Professor Ian Head
Professor David Werner
Biofuel components change the ecology of bacterial volatile petroleum hydrocarbon degradation in aerobic sandy soil2013
Uzochukwu Ugochukwu Ugochukwu
Dr Mari Jones
Professor Ian Head
Professor David Manning
Dr Claire Fialips
et al.
Compositional changes of crude oil SARA fractions due to biodegradation and adsorption on colloidal support such as clays using Iatroscan2013
Uzochukwu Ugochukwu Ugochukwu
Professor Ian Head
Professor David Manning
Effect of modified montmorillonites on the biodegradation and adsorption of biomarkers such as hopanes, steranes and diasteranes2013
Dr Carolyn Aitken
Dr Martin Jones
Michael Maguire
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Angela Sherry
et al.
Evidence that crude oil alkane activation proceeds by different mechanisms under sulfate-reducing and methanogenic conditions2013
Cameron Callbeck
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Casey Hubert
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Improving PCR efficiency for accurate quantification of 16S rRNA genes2013
Micol Bellucci
Dr Dana Ofiteru
Professor Ian Head
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor David Graham
et al.
Nitrification in hybrid bioreactors treating simulated domestic wastewater2013
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Angela Sherry
Thomas Oldenburg
Professor Stephen Larter
Professor Ian Head
et al.
The controls on the composition of biodegraded oils in the deep subsurface - Part 3. The impact of microorganism distribution on petroleum geochemical gradients in biodegraded petroleum reservoirs2013
Dr Casey Hubert
Thomas Oldenburg
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Stephen Larter
Dr Arlene Rowan
et al.
Massive dominance of Epsilonproteobacteria in formation waters from a Canadian oil sands reservoir containing severely biodegraded oil2012
Professor Ian Head
Ecology and metagenomics of soil microorganisms2011
Professor Ian Head
Energy, climate and environmental biotechnology2011
Dr Sharon Velasquez Orta
Professor Eileen Yu
Krishna Katuri
Professor Ian Head
Professor Thomas Curtis
et al.
Evaluation of hydrolysis and fermentation rates in microbial fuel cells2011
Dr Sharon Velasquez Orta
Professor Ian Head
Professor Thomas Curtis
Karen Scott
Factors affecting current production in microbial fuel cells using different industrial wastewaters2011
Micol Bellucci
Dr Dana Ofiteru
Professor David Graham
Professor Ian Head
Professor Thomas Curtis
et al.
Low Dissolved Oxygen Nitrifying Systems Exploit Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria With Unusually High Yield2011
Krishna Katuri
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Professor Ian Head
Dr Cristian Picioreanu
Professor Thomas Curtis
et al.
Microbial fuel cells meet with external resistance2011
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
Quantification of syntrophic acetate-oxidizing microbial communities in biogas processes2011
Ivana Brito
Michelle Wagner
Professor Ian Head
Thaumarchaeotes abundant in refinery nitrifying sludges express amoA but are not obligate autotrophic ammonia oxidizers2011
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Russell Grant
Dr Arlene Rowan
Dr Casey Hubert
et al.
The quantitative significance of Syntrophaceae and syntrophic partnerships in methanogenic degradation of crude oil alkanes2011
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Aiping Xu
Professor Ian Head
Anomalous energy yields in thermodynamic calculations: importance of accounting for pH-dependent organic acid speciation2010
Professor Stephen Larter
Thomas Oldenburg
Professor Ian Head
Can studies of petroleum biodegradation help fossil fuel carbon management2010
Professor David Graham
Professor Ian Head
Dr Charles Knapp
Correlations between in situ denitrification activity and nir-gene abundances in pristine and impacted prairie streams2010
Dr Mirella Di Lorenzo
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
Effect of increasing anode surface area on the performance of a single chamber microbial fuel cell2010
Amor Larrosa Guerrero
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Professor Ian Head
Dr Carlos Godinez
Effect of temperature on the performance of microbial fuel cells2010
Professor Ian Head
Professor Stephen Larter
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Martin Jones
et al.
Hydrocarbon Degradation in Petroleum Reservoirs2010
Amor Larrosa Guerrero
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Professor Ian Head
Low temperature performance of microbial fuel cells2010
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Casey Hubert
Dr Jan Dolfing
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Methanogenic degradation of petroleum hydrocarbons in subsurface environments: remediation, heavy oil formation, and energy recovery2010
Dr Cristian Picioreanu
Krishna Katuri
Professor Ian Head
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Modelling microbial fuel cells with suspended cells and added electron transfer mediator2010
Amor Larrosa Guerrero
Karen Scott
Krishna Katuri
Dr Carlos Godinez
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Open circuit versus closed circuit enrichment of anodic biofilms in MFC: effect on performance and anodic communities2010
Dr Sharon Velasquez Orta
Professor Ian Head
Professor Thomas Curtis
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
The effect of flavin electron shuttles in microbial fuel cells current production2010
Dr Mirella Di Lorenzo
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
Dr Sharon Velasquez Orta
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
et al.
A single chamber packed bed microbial fuel cell biosensor for measuring organic content of wastewater2009
Dr Mirella Di Lorenzo
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
A single-chamber microbial fuel cell as a biosensor for wastewaters2009
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Russell Davenport
Professor Ian Head
Fiona Read
Professor William Sloan
et al.
Accurate determination of microbial diversity from 454 pyrosequencing data2009
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Carolyn Aitken
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Ian Head
Mari Jones
et al.
Biogenic methane production from subsurface petroleum systems: organisms and mechanisms2009
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Stephen Larter
Professor Ian Head
Biogenic methane production in formation waters from a large gas field in the North Sea2009
Dr Mirella Di Lorenzo
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Professor Thomas Curtis
Krishna Katuri
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Continuous Feed Microbial Fuel Cell Using An Air Cathode and A Disc Anode Stack for Wastewater Treatment2009
Professor Ian Head
Professor David Manning
Professor Paul Younger
Deep Heat2009
Alper Akarsubasi
Ozge Eyice
Dr Ian Miskin
Professor Ian Head
Professor Thomas Curtis
et al.
Effect of sludge age on the bacterial diversity of bench scale sequencing batch reactors2009
Dr Arvind Singh
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Martin Jones
Professor Ian Head
et al.
How Specific Microbial Communities Benefit the Oil Industry: Dynamics of Alcanivorax spp. in Oil Contaminated Intertidal Beach Sediments Undergoing Bioremediation2009
Thomas Oldenburg
Professor Stephen Larter
Dr Casey Hubert
Dr Arlene Rowan
Dr Angela Sherry
et al.
Methods for Recovery of Microorganisms and Intact Microbial Polar Lipids from Oil−Water Mixtures: Laboratory Experiments and Natural Well-Head Fluids2009
Amor Larrosa Guerrero
Krishna Katuri
Professor Ian Head
Dr Karen Scott
On the repeatability and reproducibility of experimental two-chambered microbial fuel cells2009
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Aiping Xu
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Stephen Larter
Professor Ian Head
et al.
The thermodynamic landscape of methanogenic PAH degradation2009
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Aiping Xu
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Stephen Larter
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Thermodynamic constraints on methanogenic PAH degradation2009
Dr Martin Jones
Professor Ian Head
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Arlene Rowan
Dr Carolyn Aitken
et al.
Crude-oil biodegradation via methanogenesis in subsurface petroleum reservoirs2008
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Loana Cotlarcuic
Professor Ian Head
Krishna Katuri
Dr David Hall
et al.
Fuel cell power generation from marine sediments: Investigation of cathode materials2008
Dr Cristian Picioreanu
Krishna Katuri
Professor Ian Head
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Mathematical model for microbial fuel cells with anodic biofilms and anaerobic digestion2008
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
Microbial Ecology2008
Dr Sharon Velasquez Orta
Professor Ian Head
Professor Thomas Curtis
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Power production enhancement by using novel mediators in a microbial fuel cell2008
Dr Jan Dolfing
Professor Stephen Larter
Professor Ian Head
Thermodynamic constraints on methanogenic crude oil biodegradation2008
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Colin Harwood
Professor Ian Head
Whole genome microarray analysis of the expression profile of Escherichia coli in response to exposure to para-nitrophenol2008
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Colin Harwood
Professor Ian Head
Whole genome microarray analysis of the expression profile of Escherichia coli in response to exposure to para-nitrophenol2008
Dr Cristian Picioreanu
Professor Ian Head
Krishna Katuri
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
A computational model for biofilm-based microbial fuel cells2007
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Dr Gimi Rimbu
Krishna Katuri
Professor Ian Head
Application of modified carbon anodes in microbial fuel cells2007
Professor William Sloan
Professor Ian Head
Professor Thomas Curtis
Microbial landscapes: new paths to biofilm research2007
Professor Ian Head
Microorganisms, macroorganisms and ecology2007
Professor William Sloan
Susan Lively
Professor Ian Head
Professor Thomas Curtis
Modeling taxa-abundance distributions in microbial communities using environmental sequence data2007
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
Professor William Sloan
Neutral assembly of bacterial communities2007
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
Professor William Sloan
Neutral Assembly of Microbial Communities2007
Dr Vassilis Kitidis
Louise Tizzard
Dr Guenther Uher
Professor Robert Upstill-Goddard
Professor Ian Head
et al.
The biogeochemical cycling of methane in Ria de Vigo, NW Spain: Sediment processing and sea-air exchange2007
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Arlene Rowan
Professor Ian Head
The biogeographical distribution of closely related freshwater sediment bacteria is determined by environmental selection2007
Professor Neil Gray
Professor John Matthews
Professor Ian Head
A stable isotope titration method to determine the contribution of acetate disproportionation and carbon dioxide reduction to methanogenesis2006
Dr Wilfred Roling
Professor Stephen Larter
Professor Ian Head
Acidophilic microbial communities associated with a natural, biodegraded hydrocarbon seepage2006
Professor Ian Head
Dr Martin Jones
Dr Wilfred Roling
Marine microorganisms make a meal of oil2006
Professor William Sloan
Professor Ian Head
Professor Thomas Curtis
Quantifying the roles of immigration and chance in shaping prokaryote community structure2006
Professor Ian Head
Small world2006
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
Professor William Sloan
Taxa-area relationships for microbes: the unsampled and the unseen2006
Professor Stephen Larter
Haiping Huang
Dr Barry Bennett
Thomas Oldenburg
Dr Martin Jones
et al.
The controls on the composition of biodegraded oils in the deep subsurface: Part II - Geological controls on subsurface biodegradation fluxes and constraints on reservoir-fluid property prediction2006
Dr Arlene Rowan
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Ian Head
The expanded bed biofilter: Combined nitrification, solids destruction, and removal of bacteria2006
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
Professor William Sloan
What is the extent of prokaryotic diversity?2006
Gulnur Coskuner
Stuart Ballinger
Professor Russell Davenport
Rheanne Pickering
Dr Rosario Solera Del Rio
et al.
Agreement between theory and measurement in quantification of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria2005
Professor Stephen Larter
Professor Ian Head
Dr Barry Bennett
Professor Andrew Aplin
Biodegradation, gas destruction and methane generation in deep subsurface petroleum reservoirs2005
Dr Martin Jones
Dr Stuart Petch
Professor Ian Head
Bioremediation of oil contaminated fine sediments2005
Dr Arlene Rowan
Professor Russell Davenport
Dr Michael Barer
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Development of a rapid assay for determining the relative abundance of bacteria2005
Alper Akarsubasi
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
Effect of wastewater composition on archaeal population diversity2005
Professor Bruce Logan
Cassandro Murano
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Electricity generation from cysteine in a microbial fuel cell2005
Professor Ian Head
Genus Thiothrix2005
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
Minerals, mats, pearls and veils: themes and variations in giant sulfur bacteria2005
Dr Wilfred Roling
Professor Ian Head
Prokaryotic systematics: PCR and sequence analysis of amplified 16S rRNA genes2005
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
Response of the Soil Bacterial Community to Perturbation2005
Dr Vassilis Kitidis
Louise Tizzard
Dr Guenther Uher
Professor Robert Upstill-Goddard
Professor Ian Head
et al.
The biogeochemical cycling of methane in a shallow coastal inlet at the onset and end of seasonal upwelling (Ria de Vigo, NW Spain)2005
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
The impact of sludge amendment on gas dynamics in an upland soil: Monitored by membrane inlet mass spectrometry2005
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
The impact of sludge amendment on methanogen community structure in an upland soil2005
Dr Vassilis Kitidis
Professor Robert Upstill-Goddard
Professor Ian Head
Professor Neil Gray
Louise Tizzard
et al.
A combined geophysical-biogeochemical study of methane cycling in a shallow coastal inlet (Ria de Vigo, NW Spain)2004
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Ian Miskin
Professor Ian Head
Adaptation of sympatric Achromatium spp. to different redox conditions as a mechanism for coexistence of functionally similar sulphur bacteria2004
Dr Wilfred Roling
Dr Michael Milner
Dr Martin Jones
Professor Ian Head
Bacterial community dynamics and hydrocarbon degradation during a field-scale evaluation of bioremediation on a mudflat beach contaminated with buried oil2004
Professor Ian Head
Molecular Microbial Ecology Manual2004
Dr Wilfred Roling
Professor Ian Head
Response of archaeal communities in beach sediments to spilled oil and bioremediation2004
Professor Ian Head
Dr Martin Jones
Professor Stephen Larter
Biological activity in the deep subsurface and the origin of heavy oil2003
Professor Ian Head
Dr Ian Singleton
Dr Michael Milner
Bioremediation; a critical review2003
Dr Arlene Rowan
Dr Michael Barer
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
Composition and diversity of ammonia-oxidising bacterial communities in wastewater treatment reactors of different designtreating identical wastewater2003
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
Effects of soil improvement treatments on bacterial community structure and soil processes in an upland grassland soil2003
Professor Ian Head
Environmental biotechnology: Methodological advances spawn new concepts in environmental biotechnology2003
Professor Stephen Larter
Professor Ian Head
Professor Andrew Aplin
The controls on the composition of biodegraded oils in the deep subsurface - part 1: biodegradation rates in petroleum reservoirs2003
Dr Wilfred Roling
Professor Ian Head
Professor Stephen Larter
The microbiology of hydrocarbon degradation in subsurface petroleum reservoirs: Perspectives and prospects2003
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
Professor David Graham
Theoretical Ecology for engineering biology2003
Dr Arlene Rowan
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Thomas Curtis
Dr Michael Barer
Professor Ian Head
et al.
A comparative study of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria in lab-scale industrial wastewater treatment reactors2002
Dr Arlene Rowan
Professor Thomas Curtis
Dr Michael Barer
Professor Ian Head
A comparison of autotrophic ammonia-oxidizing bacteria in full- and laboratory-scale wastewater treatment reactors2002
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Ian Miskin
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
Occurrence and activity of Archaea in aerated activated sludge wastewater treatment plants2002
Dr Wilfred Roling
Dr Michael Milner
Dr Martin Jones
Professor Ian Head
Robust hydrocarbon degradation and dynamics of bacterial communities during nutrient-enhanced oil spill bioremediation2002
Stuart Ballinger
Professor Ian Head
Professor Thomas Curtis
The effect of C/N ratio on ammonia oxidising bacteria community structure in a laboratory nitrification-denitrification reactor2002
Professor Stephen Larter
Professor Ian Head
Dr Paul Farrimond
Biodegradation of oil in uplifted basins prevented by deep-burial sterilization2001
Professor Ian Head
Isolation and characterization of a novel hydrocarbon-degrading, Gram-positive bacterium, isolated from intertidal beach sediment, and description of Planococcus alkanoclasticus sp. nov.2001
Professor Bruce Logan
Dr Honglin Zhang
Dr Michael Milner
Professor Ian Head
Kinetics of Perchlorate- and Chlorate-Respiring Bacteria2001
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
Linking genetic identity and function in communities of uncultured bacteria2001
Professor Ian Head
Microbial-silica interactions in Icelandic hot spring sinter: Possible analogues for some Precambrian siliceous stromatolites2001
Dr Christopher Vane
Dr Geoffrey Abbott
Professor Ian Head
The effect of fungal decay (Agaricus bisporus) on wheat straw lignin using pyrolysis-GC-MS in the presence of tetramethylammonium hydroxide (TMAH)2001
Professor Ian Head
Professor Neil Gray
Richard Howarth
Achromatium oxaliferum: Understanding the unmistakable2000
Professor Ian Head
Professor Neil Gray
Richard Howarth
Achromatium oxaliferum: understanding the unmistakable2000
Professor Stephen Larter
Professor Ian Head
Professor Andrew Aplin
Deep water exploration meets the largobiosphere: Biodegradation rates in petroleum reservoirs.2000
Dr Paul Farrimond
Professor Ian Head
Environmental influence on the biohopanoid composition of recent sediments2000
Dr Ian Miskin
Professor Ian Head
Dr Stuart Petch
Dr Martin Jones
Impact of bioremediation treatments on the biodegradation of buried oil and predominant bacterial populations2000
Professor Ian Head
Professor Neil Gray
Uncultured giant sulfur bacteria of the genus Achromatium2000
Professor Neil Gray
Richard Howarth
Professor Ian Head
Use of combined microautoradiography and fluorescence in situ hybridization to determine carbon metabolism in mixed natural communities of uncultured bacteria from the genus Achromatium2000
Professor Ian Head
Bioremediation of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminants in marine habitats1999
Dr Ian Miskin
Dr Paul Farrimond
Professor Ian Head
Identification of novel bacterial lineages as active members of microbial populations in a freshwater sediment using a rapid RNA extraction procedure and RT-PCR1999
Professor Neil Gray
Richard Howarth
Dr Arlene Rowan
Professor Ian Head
Natural communities of Achromatium oxaliferum comprise genetically, morphologically, and ecologically distinct subpopulations1999
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
New insights on old bacteria: bacterial diversity and function in aquatic ecosystems1999
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
New insights on old bacteria: Diversity and function of morphologically conspicuous sulfur bacteria in aquatic systems1999
Richard Howarth
Professor Ian Head
Phylogenetic relationships of filamentous sulfur bacteria (Thiothrix spp. and Eikelboom type 021N bacteria) isolated from wastewater-treatment plants and description of Thiothrix eikelboomii sp. nov., Thiothrix unzii sp. nov., Thiothrix fructosivorans sp. nov. and Thiothrix defluvii sp. nov.1999
Professor Ian Head
Recovery and analysis of ribosomal RNA sequences from the environment1999
Professor Neil Gray
Richard Howarth
Professor Ian Head
Substrate uptake by uncultured bacteria from the genus Achromatium determined by microautoradiography1999
Dr Paul Farrimond
Dr Ian Miskin
Professor Ian Head
Bacterial sources of hopanoids in recent sediments: improving our understanding of ancient hopane biomarkers1998
Professor Ian Head
Bioremediation: Towards a credible technology1998
Professor Ian Head
Microbial evolution, diversity, and ecology: A decade of ribosomal RNA analysis of uncultivated microorganisms1998
Stuart Ballinger
Professor Ian Head
Professor Thomas Curtis
Molecular microbial ecology of nitrification in an activated sludge process treating refinery wastewater1998
Richard Howarth
Professor Ian Head
Phylogenetic assessment of five filamentous bacteria isolated from bulking activated sludges1998
Professor Ian Head
Diversity among aromatic hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria and their meta-cleavagegenes1997
Professor Ian Head
Dr Paul Farrimond
Early diagenesis of bacteriohopanoids in recent sediments of Lake Pollen, Norway1997
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
Ecophysiological evidence that Achromatium oxaliferum is responsible for the oxidation of reduced sulfur species to sulfate in a freshwater sediment1997
Professor Ian Head
Dr Paul Farrimond
Preservation and diagenesis of hopanoids in Recent lacustrine sediments of Priest Pot, England1997
Dr Christopher Vane
Dr Geoffrey Abbott
Professor Ian Head
Biodegradation of lignin by Agaricus bisporus1996
Professor Ian Head
Professor Neil Gray
The phylogenetic position and ultrastructure of the uncultured bacterium Achromatium oxaliferum1996
Professor Ian Head
Amplification of 16S ribosomal RNA genes of autotrophic ammonia-oxidising bacteria demonstrates the ubiquity of nitrosospiras in the environment1995
Professor Ian Head
Dr Paul Farrimond
Professor Stephen Larter
Organic carbon in sediments1995
Professor Ian Head
Dr Paul Farrimond
Professor Stephen Larter
Organic Matter in sediments1995
Professor Ian Head
Bioremediation comes of age1994
Professor Ian Head
Professor T. Martin Embley FMedSci FRS
The Phylogeny of autotrophic ammonia-oxidising bacteria as determined by analysis of 16S ribosomal RNA gene sequences.1993