Environment and Engineering
 
Host-associated
 
Tree of Life
Our Mission: To explore and understand the microbial world using ecogenomics

Latest Publications

Inferring short tandem repeat variation from paired-end short reads. (2014)
Cao MD, Tasker E, Willadsen K, et al.
Nucleic Acids Res. 42: e16.
Expanding our view of genomic diversity in Candidatus Accumulibacter clades. (2014)
Skennerton CT, Barr JJ, Slater FR, Bond...
Environ. Microbiol.
Linking microbial community structure, interactions and function in anaerobic digesters using new molecular techniques. (2014)
Vanwonterghem I, Jensen PD, Ho DP,...
Curr. Opin. Biotechnol. 27C: 55-64.

ACE SEQUENCING FACILITY MOVES TO ILLUMINA NGS PLATFORM

Sequencing services at ACE have now moved to Next Generation Sequencing using the Illumina Platform. Using MiSeq and NextSeq machines, ACE is able to provide increased depth of data, within a shorter time frame and at a reduced cost to the previous sequencing service. Routine 16S bacterial population profiling is running regularly at the centre.

Microbes enjoying the balmy summer on the permafrost

Global warming is causing vast areas of permafrost to thaw. Research by ACE just published in Nature Communications and discussed in UQ news reports a novel family of microbes that flourish as permafrost thaws.