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Using genomics research to save the Ash trees of Europe.
Did you know, the cells that make up your microbiota outnumber the cells in your body by a ratio of 3:1?
Responsible for many millions of deaths annually and linked to the downfall of the Aztec empire, this group of bacteria will make you think twice before ordering from that dodgy takeaway.
Where have all the songbirds gone?