Microbiome research impacts many facets of life on Earth (and beyond).
In a dedicated page for World Microbiome Day 2020, Microbiome, Animal Microbiome and Environmental Microbiome have highlighted some of the many ways microbiome research has benefited us.
Click on the graphic above to access the World Microbiome 2020 Page
World Microbiome Day was founded by APC Microbiome Ireland in 2019. It aims to celebrate all things microbe and to raise awareness of the diverse world of microbiomes and their impact on human, animal, and environmental health.
In honour of the World Microbiome Day 2020 day, the BMC is proud to present this collection of microbiome research specially selected by our editors.
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