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  • Fundamentals of Microbiome Science: How Microbes Shape Animal Biology
    Angela E. Douglas

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    A wide-ranging text synthesizes what we know (and don’t know) about the microbiome

    Angela Douglas is an internationally recognized expert on symbiosis, with a number of foundational texts to her name (1, 2). In her new book, Fundamentals of Microbiome Science, Douglas synthetizes data from the burgeoning field of microbiome science in eight highly informative chapters. Topics include the origins of the animal microbiome, what we know about… Read More
  • Inside Your Insides: A Guide to the Microbes That Call You Home
    Claire Eamer, Illustrated by Marie-Éve Tremblay

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    Inside Your Insides

    The human microbiome is complicated stuff: Researchers are still struggling to understand the trillions of microbes that call our bodies home—how we acquire them and how they affect everything from our digestion to our mood. It’s the subject of Ph.D. work and medical research, but in this lighthearted picture book, it also becomes whimsical learning… Read More