PhD student’s super seagrass speech
Nasim Shah Mohammadi, a PhD student with the University of Technology Sydney Climate Change Cluster (C3), has been awarded Best Oral Presentation at the 13th International Seagrass Biology Workshop (ISBW13) in Singapore after presenting her project ‘Molecular investigation of heavy metal stress in the seagrass, Zostera muelleri.’
ISBW13, the main event of the World Seagrass Association, was held at the National University of Singapore from 11-17 June in conjunction with the World Seagrass Conference (WSC).
“ISBW13 was a good opportunity to share my findings and for networking with professionals in the same area,” Nasim said of her success.
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