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Microbiology Society Sep 17
in 1683, Antoni van Leeuwenhoek wrote to the Royal Society about observations of β€œanimalcules” (bacteria) from his own teeth. Learn more about the variety of ways that humans have viewed micro-organisms here:
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Elisabeth Bik Sep 13
September 17 is to raise awareness about the importance of microorganisms and microbiology research among the general public. Check out this Microbe Art Competition by
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Microbiology Society Sep 17
Have you ever fancied colouring in Candida, or shading Pseudomonas? Our Multicoloured Microbiomes colouring book might be just what you have been looking for:
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Dr Maureen Berg Sep 17
ITS PLS TAKE A MOMENT TO APPRECIATE ALL THE MICROBES LIVING IN AND ON YOUR BODY UWU
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Matt Harvey Sep 17
Happy a perfect time to repeat Timmis (et al) "Microbiology literacy needs to become part of the world citizen job description" The urgent need for microbiology literacy in society - Timmis - 2019 - Environmental Microbiology
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microBIO Sep 17
Happy International Microorganism Day! September 17,
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Dr. Justine Dees Sep 17
Today is such a good day. Why? Because today is ! Microbes are the best 🦠
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Rafael Marine Microfauna Sep 16
Happy ! Zoothamnium alternans. Ciliophora. Specimen from coasts of Cantabria -Spain- 🎧 Tchaikovsky Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy
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MicrobeGoogling Sep 17
Happy ! Shoutout to all those microbes who put up with our shit everyday!
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Julie Wolf Sep 17
Feeling left out of ? Take this quick quiz and you too can be a celebrated microorganism:
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Efra Rivera-Serrano, PhD Sep 14
For (Sept 17th), let’s talk about some of the most undervalued microbes out there that often get ignored because of the popular ones. Have a micro friend in mind? Drop a tweet below and I’ll try to tweet about as many as I can starting Monday.
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Valeska Sep 17
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Austrian Microbiome Sep 16
Happy 2019 πŸ¦ πŸ”¬πŸ§¬πŸ§«πŸ₯³
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ANKIT HINSU Sep 16
Happy ... Let us celebrate this day by treating our gut with lots of fermented foods and appreciate the labour of those organisms in making our life much yummier..
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Mya Breitbart Sep 17
Phage are my favorite, They kill bacteria all day As seen in this micrograph, They’ll lyse your infection away!
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Jane Hartman Sep 17
Replying to @tlrcustom
Stop # 3: What can you do while wearing virus undies and a bacterial pendant? Play CHESS with incredible microbial chess set:
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David Wakeham πŸ’ŠπŸ’©πŸ”¬πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ’»πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Sep 17
It wouldn't be without a shoutout to Antonie van Leeuwenhoek. Who, without a fortune or university degree penned a letter to the Royal Society of London, reporting the description of a single-celled organism!
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Jane Hartman Sep 17
Replying to @trilobiteglass
Stop # 2: Pair your virus undies with a Borrelia (Lyme diesase) fused glass pendant (made by me)
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Thaysa Tagliaferri Sep 20
Happy belated !! πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ”¬πŸ”¬If you haven't been to yet, the world's first museum of microorganisms, I strongly suggest you to do so! Ok, I'm completely biased 😬😍 but it is impossible not to fall in love with those petri dishes!
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Akos T. Kovacs Sep 17
Bacillus subtilis forms amazing chains that was recognized and described already in 1877 by Cohn - rediscovered in this century only when we started to study biofilms
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