Microbe Talk: September 2014

William DallingerThe Reverend Dr William H Dallinger, is probably not a name you’re familiar with. However, he was an important figure in the history of early microbiology. We sent Ben to the Royal Society, to learn more about Dallinger’s life. Also this month, Ben spoke to Dr Jeanne Salje about her work on Scrub Typhus, a disease that is widespread in Southeast Asia.

Show notes:

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Benjamin Thompson

Image Credit: Wellcome Images Licensed under CC BY 4.0
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