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Ian Sanders 20h
PhD student position at Uni. Lausanne (Switzerland) on the symbiosis and the This is a re-adevertised position we didn’t fill. PLEASE RE-TWEET
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Maggie Sogin 16h
Postdoc Alert! We (, Jay Stachowicz, and I) are looking for a postdoc to come work with us in ☀️CA on manipulating the microbiome of seagrasses. Deadline to apply: Jan. 4 2021, see links below 👇 for for more info! Pls RT!
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MetaorganismResearch Nov 24
Life cycle of moon jellyfish depends on the : New work by Nancy Weiland-Bräuer out in :
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Science Translational Medicine Nov 24
Scientists at report a new antibiotic secreted by the commensal skin bacterium acnes that shapes the skin by outcompeting disease-linked Staphylococcus in skin hair follicles.
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Penn Medicine EVDCSO 18h
Congratulations to Gary Wu (/ ), recipient of 2020 in recognition of his groundbreaking work on the gut & dietary interventions!🎉
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Matt Snelson Nov 23
Looking forward to ASM next week! I'll be presenting some recent findings looking at high protein diets, disease and the gut ! 😄
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New Baby Network CIC Nov 18
Replying to @new_cic
Well, I'm feeding him BUT the microbes inside him love HMOs so I'm also feeding them
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Kevin Whelan Nov 21
What dietary factors associated with diversity of ? ⬆️Higher diversity⬆️ 🥗Raw salad 🐟Oily fish ☕️Caffeinated drinks 🥦Cruciferous ⬇️Lower diversity⬇️ 🥔Potatoes, pasta, rice 🍨Ice cream 🧃Sugar drinks Trials needed Paper 👉🏽
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MiCRop - Microbial Imprinting for Crop Resilience Nov 23
Thanks to everyone who made our internal kick-off meeting so inspiring and interesting! We are excited about all the motivation and enthusiam.
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Iliev Lab Nov 23
Time flies when you’re having fun! Thanks to all that supported us during those amazing 5 yrs, letting us telling our fungal perspective & doing what we love 🔬🦠🍄
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Nature Medicine Nov 17
Growing up on a farm strongly influences the maturation of the gut in the first year of life, which helps protect against the development of in children
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MicrobiomeSupportEU Nov 17
A thought-provoking discussion and Q&A session brought the trans-sectorial workshop to an end! 👏🏻Many thanks to all attendees, speakers & organisers for taking the time to deliberate on the future of regulatory frameworks, innovation and legislation Until next time!
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Bio-Me Nov 24
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Yve Nov 24
Interested in ? Then don’t miss our presentation at the & Probiotics R&D and Business Collaboration Forum. We’ll share insights into the microbial composition of a normal vs. an oily scalp & how it affects scalp health.
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S-Biomedic Nov 23
We are pleased to announce that our CEO and Co-Founder Veronika Oudova will participate in the 7th Microbiome & Probiotics R&D & Business Collaboration Forum: Europe. Veronika will present our latest progress on our favorite internal topic
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Cell Host & Microbe Nov 23
CRISPR Systems & Targets in Microbiome: perform taxonomic/functional characterization of in human . Along w/cas gene abundance, these findings inform potential roles of CRISPR-Cas systems&targets
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Jonathan Segal 17h
Privilege to team up with some old friends and the power houses in Hong Kong who have done a lot of work in COVID-19 to date.
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Mater Research Nov 22
First seminar for Monday 23 November, student Chloe Yap presented insights from the Group for “insights into from methylation and deep clinical data.
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Shoreline Biome Nov 24
Stream this video quick start guide to learn how to use the SBanalyzer™️ software to analyze ccs reads from the PacBio Sequel systems. Learn more:
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APC Microbiome Ireland Nov 19
Prof Jens Walter was listed among the world’s top 1% of most influential scientific research pioneers... Discover more about his research on the interface of evolutionary ecology of the gut microbiome & human nutrition:
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