We are surrounded by millions of invisible microbes that play important roles in everything from our daily routines to global nutrient cycles. For generations, scientists have dedicated themselves to the study of these invisible microbes or ‘little animals’ as they were once known. Today, popular science and news articles abound with stories of the essential roles bacteria play in human health. While bacteria were once thought only to be a threat, we now know that even the healthy human body contains more bacterial cells than human cells. We are just beginning to understand our own complex.
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