Do you have an interest in freshwater fauna?
Want to learn about more about phytoplankton research techniques?
Project description: Sampling and experimental work on toxic cyanobacteria isolated form Singapore’s reservoirs.
Two or more part-time volunteers are required for sample processing (cell counting) from September 2014 to February 2015.
What you will learn
- Sample processing (cell counting) of samples collected from previous experiments
- Using of Sedgwick Rafter and compound microscopes
- Learning to do basic phytoplankton identification
- Learn more about Singapore’s freshwater fauna
Candidates should be:
- Be able help out over the semester break and during term time
- Willing to learn new techniques
Please contact Maxine Mowe, Graduate student, Freshwater and Invasion Biology Laboratory, Department of Biological Sciences, National University of Singapore. Update (16 Jan 2015): Thank you for your interest. The researcher has recruited enough volunteers for the project.