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Dr Graham Purvis
Dr Naoko Sano
Dr Cees van der Land
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Elisa Lopez-Capel
et al.
A comparison of the molecular composition of plant and fungal structuralbiopolymer standards with the organic material in early cretaceous OntongJava Plateau Tuff2021
Katie Gilmour
Dr Colin Davie
Professor Neil Gray
An indigenous iron-reducing microbial community from MX80 bentonite - A study in the framework of nuclear waste disposal2021
Dr Priscilla Carrillo-Barragan
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Paul Sallis
Professor Neil Gray
The stability of ethanol production from organic waste by a mixed culturedepends on inoculum transfer time2021
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
Dr Peter Leary
Professor Neil Gray
Andrew Fuller
Controls on anthropogenic radionuclide distribution in the Sellafield-impacted Eastern Irish Sea2020
Dr Burhan Shamurad
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Evangelos Petropoulos
Shamas Tabraiz
Dr Paul Sallis
et al.
Improving the methane productivity of anaerobic digestion using aqueous extracts from municipal solid waste incinerator ash2020
Natalia Sierra Garcia
Professor Neil Gray
In depth metagenomic analysis in contrasting oil wells reveals syntrophic bacterial and archaeal associations for oil biodegradation in petroleum reservoirs2020
Dr Burhan Shamurad
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Evangelos Petropoulos
Dr Jan Dolfing
Marcos Quintela-Baluja
et al.
Low Temperature Pre-treatment of Organic Feedstocks with Selected Mineral Wastes Sustains Anaerobic Digestion Stability through Trace Metal Release2020
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Russell Grant
Dr Carolyn Aitken
Bernard Bowler
Professor Stephen Larter
et al.
Methanogenic crude oil-degrading microbial consortia are not universally abundant in anoxic environments2020
Dr Peter Leary
Professor Neil Gray
Organic complexation of U(VI) in reducing soils at a natural analogue site: Implications for uranium transport2020
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