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Prior to this, microalgae biomass was insufficiently characterised to enable full exploitation of the benefits as sustainable feedstock and ingredients for humans. My past research provided the tools and strategies to advance the understanding of microalgae uses. We unveiled microalgae’s potential as antioxidant sources through food industry-driven research questions, while considering mounting concerns on the impacts of climate change via climate mitigation and adaptation strategies.
This research vision aligns with UN SDG2.2, by introducing alternative food biomass from aquatic sources with low carbon emission, highly nutritious and proven antioxidant properties.
My ongoing research will continue to provide innovative and sustainable bioactive ingredients to benefit food companies and end-users for health and well-being maintenance.
The mission needs the support of research in science, technology and management. I welcome collaborations from both industry, academia, and the curious mind. Please write to me at email@example.com.
Our research is supported by well-equipped facilities that meet the demands of academic research and industrial collaborations. We have a dynamic group of experienced full-time academic staff with established research track records in the areas of:
Tropical and Environmental Biology
Food and Plant Sciences
Genomics and Bioinformatics
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• Award authority: cLINK mobility Erasmus mundus grant for studies at cLINK partner University, Bournemouth University, United Kingdom European Union (EU) (Ref: 372242-1-2012-1-UKERA MUNDUS EMA21)
• Award level: International
• Duration: September 2015-July 2016 (10 months)
New Colombo Plan Global Science Citizens for the Sustainable Development Goals
• Fund Source: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia
• Quantum: AUD 180 000.00
• Role: Co-Investigator
• Status: On-going
ELON MUSK XPRIZE Carbon capture grant
• Fund Source: Elon Musk XPRIZE foundation
• Quantum: USD 250 000.00
• Role: Program Advisor
• Status: On-going
Sustainability Community Grant Scheme
• Fund source: Campus research management, Monash University Malaysia
• Quantum: RM 250 000.00
• Role: Principal Investigator
• Status: Completed
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