Category Archives: Microbiome

What is a microbiome?

A microbiome is the community of micro-organisms living together in a particular habitat. Humans, animals and plants have their own unique microbiomes, but so do soils, oceans and even buildings. Watch our short animation to learn more.

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Big Biology Day Cambridge: Human Microbiome Panel

Earlier this month, the Microbiology Society attended Big Biology Day Cambridge, an annual event that attracted over 2,000 families from the local area eager to learn about all things biological. The Society showcased the Antibiotics Unearthed project along with other … Continue reading

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Spotlight on Grants: Do tardigrades have a microbiome?

Each year, the Microbiology Society awards a number of grants that enable undergraduates to work on microbiological research projects during the summer vacation. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be posting a series of articles from students who were awarded … Continue reading

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Microbe Talk: August 2016

I Contain Multitudes: An interview with Ed Yong   “Every one of us is a zoo in our own right – a colony enclosed within a single body. A multi-species collective. An entire world.” In this episode, we chat to … Continue reading

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