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Society for Applied Microbiology
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“the best laid plans….”
SfAM would love your feedback on the Micro-Talks webinar series
This International Women in Engineering Day, the NBIC has released a blog by environmental microbiologist Dr Katherine Fish.
Georgia Jones shares a little of her expertise into what happens in your body after death - and the organisms that take up residence when you're gone. Take a look at the post-mortem microbiome and decomposition process.