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Microbe Talk

Microbiology Society

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Microbe Talk is a podcast from the Microbiology Society, interviewing researchers about bacteria, viruses and parasites. We are the largest microbiology society in Europe, covering all aspects of microbial science.
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Microbe Mail

Vindana Chibabhai

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Are you looking for a medical podcast covering every day issues in diagnostic tests, antimicrobial therapy and management of infections that is relevant to a low or middle income setting? A show that simplifies complex concepts in an easy to follow conversational format? You've come to the right place. This is Microbe Mail - a medical podcast for the busy practitioner or student covering topics in microbiology, infectious diseases and infection control. Sign up to our newsletter to receive u ...
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Microbes and Us

Federation of European Microbiological Societies

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Welcome to our podcast, Microbes and Us, brought to you by the Federation of European Microbiological Societies (FEMS). Our FEMS communication gurus, Eleni Koursari and Joseph Shuttleworth, bring into each monthly episode guests from the microbiology field discussing topics from every corner of the microbial world. Whether you are a lover of microbes, a scientist, or you just want to join our fun microbiology community, then this is the podcast for you.
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Joyful Microbe

Justine Dees, PhD

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All about the microbes we encounter in our daily lives (with or without realizing it). The Joyful Microbe podcast helps you see how bacteria, fungi, viruses, archaea, and protozoa live everywhere around us and constantly impact our lives. Host Justine Dees, PhD talks to microbiology experts of all kinds to share the amazing variety of these fascinating microorganisms. Usually, we think of infections, but microbiology is SO MUCH MORE THAN THAT.
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Editors at The Lancet Microbe, in conversation with the journal’s authors, explore their latest research and its impact on people’s health, healthcare, and health policy. A monthly audio companion to this open access journal, this podcast covers a broad range of topics, from using probiotics to reduce Staphylococcus aureus, to phage therapy and monitoring antimicrobial resistance using faecal metagenomes, and more.
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The Microbe Moment is science stories and news for the microbe enthused hosted by microbe lover, Tess Deyett, Ph.D. and pharmaceutical microbiologist Jon Mitchell. In this microbiology focused podcast, we will give you exciting stories, horrid histories, and the most up-to-date news all through a microbial lens. We will even interview our friends and heroes, diving into their own microbial journey. Tess, Ph.D. was changed forever with her first glimpse into the unseen world. At her first mic ...
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MicrobeWorld Video

American Society for Microbiology

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A video podcast by the American Society for Microbiology that highlights the latest in microbiology, life science and biotechnology news. ASM is composed of over 42,000 scientists and health professionals with the mission to advance the microbial sciences as a vehicle for understanding life processes and to apply and communicate this knowledge for the improvement of health and environmental and economic well-being worldwide. For information about ASM and MicrobeWorld, visit us online at www. ...
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MicroBehaviors

Andrew Webb

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These tales of con-men, cave dwellers, and African hunters aren’t just gripping audio-dramas. They reveal secrets about your own behavior. In each episode, Andrew Webb helps you learn and implement MicroBehaviors: small actions from the best research that you can do today. So you flourish at home, work, and in relationships. (For primary sources and extended research visit www.mymicrobehaviors.com)
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MicrobeWorld Video (audio only)

American Society for Microbiology

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A video podcast by the American Society for Microbiology that highlights the latest in microbiology, life science and biotechnology news. ASM is composed of over 42,000 scientists and health professionals with the mission to advance the microbial sciences as a vehicle for understanding life processes and to apply and communicate this knowledge for the improvement of health and environmental and economic well-being worldwide. For information about ASM and MicrobeWorld, visit us online at www. ...
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We're back with another game of 'Would you rather?' Where we pose a scenario, and our guests give us their views. This episode really challenges the basis of some of the beliefs and practices regarding antimicrobials. Some of the questions are so tricky, who knows if there even is a correct answer. What we do know is... it depends. About our Guest:…
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Elena Dalla Vecchia of The Lancet Microbe speaks to Edwin Armitage, Saffiatou Darboe, and Lamin Jaiteh about Streptococcus pyogenes carriage and transmission in households in The Gambia. Read the full article: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanmic/article/PIIS2666-5247(24)00046-6/fulltext?dgcid=buzzsprout_icw_podcast_generic_lanmic Continue thi…
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Yesterday, we released our vision statement for Knocking Out Antimicrobial Resistance, the Society's new cross-disciplinary project. It outlined the key issues faced by the AMR community: the lack of understanding of the urgency of the crisis, a fragmented AMR landscape and a broken innovation pipeline So for this special Knocking Out AMR episode o…
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Événements annoncés : [ littérature ] café littéraire avec Nathalie Skowronek @ la Chouette Librairie Lille [ sport ] Discussion autour du sport et des pratiques physiques @ l’Anamorphose Fives [ discussion ] avec Alain Gresh autour de « Palestine, un peuple qui ne veut pas mourir » @ MRES Fives [ concert ] Face Up + Freddie And The Vangrails + Det…
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In this episode, host, Joseph Shuttleworth learns from Pathogens and Disease Article Award winners from 2023, Manon Degabriel & Thomas Henry. Against the backdrop of the Antimicrobial Resistance crisis, join us as we dive into the world of Guanylate-Binding Proteins (GBPS), interferon-inducible GTPases that play a key role in cell autonomous respon…
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This week, the team eagerly digs into early season gardening. To start, Jeff discusses hardening off your plants in his Anchorage Daily News column. Jeff also offers a wealth of gardening advice, sharing his favorite hacks. These include ways to keep your fingernails clean when gardening, ensuring your hose can reach every garden corner, and labeli…
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Evénements annoncés : [ conférence-débat ] « Pour Sophie et tous les autres, enquêtes pour le droit de choisir sa mort » @ Ecole Supérieure de Journalisme Lille [ ciné ] Fight Club @ Univers Moulins [ conférence-débat ] « Par-delà nature et culture – aperçu du monde du peuple Achuar en Equateur » @ librairie V.O. Lille [ ciné ] « L’incinérateur de …
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Jonathan needs assistance in regenerating a part of his lawn that was damaged last year. To aid him, the team brings in Anthony Nied, owner and operator of Flawn Seed Kits. This company focuses on creating lawns and meadows that require less maintenance. They discuss transitioning to a different type of lawn (not quite a meadow) that is low-growing…
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Événements annoncés : [ expo ] vernissage « Les couleurs de saisons » de Cécile Paris @ Moulinette Moulins [ carnaval ] atelier pour la 3e Parpaing Parade @ Fives Cail [ ciné ] « C’est normal ! » @ l’Univers Moulins [ concert ] Villa Congo + Funky Factory @ Black Lab Wasquehal [ concert ] So + Timüt + Coni Marsa @ Centre Culturel Libertaire Wazemme…
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This week, the team celebrates the upcoming gardening season in Alaska. However, this also means an increase in misinformation online, particularly about tomatoes! Jeff and Jonathan sift through the most misleading myths to set the record straight. After the break, the team continues the discussion from last week about hardening off plants, providi…
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The rampant emergence of antimicrobial resistance, particularly amongst Gram negative organisms, has called for both the discovery of novel agents but also for a review of therapeutics thought to have been long lost in this battle. Enter, the "BLBLIs or BLICs'. In this episode Vin and Ruan speak with the 1st author of the publication "Appropriate u…
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Événement annoncés : [ rencontre ] régionale du Réseau Sortir du Nucléaire @ MRES Fives [ concert ] Adolf Hibou + Soissons + Brutal Beatnik @ Malterie Wazemmes [ concert ] The Conformists + Tiznao + Fleuves Noirs @ La Faune Mouscron [ concert ] Dhidalah + Spelterini @ La Bulle Café Moulins [ concert ] Indicible + Yerao @ Yéti Lille [ ciné rencontre…
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This week, the guys start the episode with a listener's question: When should you start working in the garden? In Southcentral Alaska, Jeff notes that gardening begins when birch leaves are the size of a squirrel's ear. That said, It's crucial to exercise patience because your lawn and garden need sufficient time to dry out after winter's heavy sno…
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Événements annoncés : [ ciné débat ] « Hors Radar » @ Polder Hellemmes [ concert ] Alles Lugen + Perspective @ Black Lab Wasquehal [ concert ] Rose Sélavy + Polytrauma + 23.4 @ Cirque Wazemmes [ concert ] The Puromaniacs + 16 Tons @ Café Cassimir Courtrai [ concert ] Fiesta Cumbiera = La Cumbia Del Infinito + La Anahuac @ Choroni Vieux-Lille [ conc…
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This week, Jeff and Jonathan received numerous questions about voles and the damage they cause. Did you know that voles take refuge between the snow and ground during winter? They even create intricate tunnels equipped with kitchens, sleeping areas, and more. However, they can cause significant damage to your lawn, although they usually leave the r…
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Have you ever noticed little white fluffy spots or yellowish patches on your lettuce at the grocery store? This could be downy mildew, a microbe that infects lettuce and other leafy greens. This microbe might not be well-known, but it's of great importance due to its effects on the agriculture industry and the food we buy. It poses a significant ch…
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Last month was Women’s History Month, taking place annually throughout the month of March. It aims to highlight and reflect on the many, but often over-looked, achievements made by women throughout history – which have paved the way for the women of today. In this episode, to mark the month, we caught up with Society Champion and microbiologist, Dr…
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Événements annoncés : [ langues ] Polyglot Café @ Polder Hellemmes [ concert ] International Feedback @ Malterie Wazemmes [ concert ] The Speedways + Public Toys @ La Bulle Café Moulins [ concert ] Steph Strings + Cécile Lacharme @ Grand Mix Tourcoing [ concert ] Cloakroom + Slow Crush @ Aéronef Lille [ concert ] A Place To Bury Strangers + Platten…
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This week, Jonathan is collecting birch water from his property, an early form of spring gardening as Jeff mentions. Later, they discuss how to prepare greenhouse soil to ensure it can support healthy plants. Jeff suggests adding things like fertilizer, compost, and warm water to the soil. Finally, they address listener questions about Korean Natur…
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Professor Francois Venter is back in Part 3 of our HIV series in which he continues to address South Africa's battles against HIV. Here he discusses his experience on how and when to initiate antiretroviral therapy, prophylaxis against opportunistic infection, routine monitoring and what the future of HIV management looks like in South Africa. Abou…
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Événements annoncés : [ ciné ] House @ l’Anamorphose Fives [ ciné ] Welfare @ l‘Univers Moulins [ concert ] Frail Body + Knoll + Fall Of Messiah @ Brat Cave Wazemmes [ concert ] Le Migou + Brothers In Pain @ Black Lab Wasquehal [ grève party ] SNUIPP 59 @ Bourse du Travail Fives [ rencontre ] « Qui sont les vrais assistés ? Chômeurs, précaires, pre…
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In this episode, host, Joseph Shuttleworth learns from the FEMS Yeast Research Article Award winners from 2023, Romeu Viana & Miguel Cacho Teixeira. Join us as we dive into the the first reconstructed Genome-scale metabolic model (GSMM) for C. auris (an emerging human pathogen) which may help with drug target prediction. Read the award winning pape…
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This week, Jeff and Jonathan continue their discussion about the flood of false information and click bait related to gardening and plant care. In contrast, they also explore some home remedies that can enhance your plants' health. After the break, they dig into a listener's question that combines their knowledge of coffee and the soil food web! To…
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Part 2 of our HIV series addresses South Africa's battles against HIV as we get an account of the complexities of diagnosis, prophylaxis, and managing opportunistic infections from a celebrated HIV clinician, Professor Francois Venter. About our Guest: Professor WD Francois Venter, MD, FCP, PhD is Executive Director of Wits Ezintsha at the Universi…
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Événements annoncés : [ rencontre ] avec Laurent Fayeulle auteur de « Les jeux de Paris n'auront pas lieu » @ MRES Fives [ concert ] Adam Bomb + Brothers In Pain + Mr Maxx @ Brat Cave Wazemmes [ ciné ] « Il Racconto dei racconti » @ Univers Moulins [ concert ] Metamkine + Alaric @ Malterie Wazemmes [ concert ] Codex Serafini + The Slow Blade @ Cent…
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Dr Claas Kirchhelle from University College Dublin will be giving the Hot Topic Lecture: "Faecal Flows – a very short history of microbiology, sewers, and Britain's rivers (ca.1850-2023)" at this years Annual Conference. Clare spoke to Claas to find out how he's feeling ahead of his lecture and to pick his brain about his intriguing research area. …
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This week, Jeff and Jonathan discuss the inundation of gardening misinformation on the internet, particularly the widespread myth that soil should be sterilized. On the other hand, the best way to improve soil is by adding compost. Seeds naturally have everything they need to grow and protect themselves, which we can see in nature. Following the br…
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Événements annoncés : [ ciné ] Stop Motion Party @ l’Univers Moulins [ réunion publique ] Soulève Ta Métropole @ Polder Hellemmes [ concert ] The Haemorrhoids + The Garbage Gang @ Pit’s Courtrai [ concert ] Rorcal + Abraham @ La Bulle Café Moulins [ concert ] Folly Group + Courting + Heavy Lungs @ Aéronef Lille [ littérature ] rencontre avec Vincen…
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This week, Jeff and Jonathan are enjoying the Alaskan spring sunshine. This means it's time to place those seedlings and plants on window sills - remember to rotate the pots! In the spirit of spring, it's an ideal time to purchase and plant seeds. They share tips on maximizing your seeds' potential, which begins with reading the instructions on the…
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While many microbes bring benefits, pathogens are the focus when ensuring food safety. This episode dives into practical tips for enjoying chicken, whether you buy chicken or eggs from the store or raise your own chickens for eggs in your backyard. Join food safety expert Dr. Andrea Etter as she shares insights into preventing foodborne illnesses c…
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Rebecca Barksby of The Lancet Microbe speaks with Professor Martin Hoenigl about the impact of climate change and natural disasters on fungal diseases. Read the full article: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanmic/article/PIIS2666-5247(24)00039-9/fulltext?dgcid=buzzsprout_icw_podcast_generic_lanmic Continue this conversation on social! Follow us…
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Événements annoncés : [ ciné débat ] Les Roues de l’avenir@ cinéma Le Méliès Villeneuve d'Ascq [ ciné ] Acteurs à tout prix @ l’Univers Moulins [ concert ] Urge + Popeurz Et Triclo @ Centre Culturel Libertaire Wazemmes [ marche blanche ] pour Samba Dior Diagne @ République Lille [ concert ] Deathcore Night = Coroners + Reformist + Abyss Above @ Bou…
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This week, the guys continue their discussion on preparing for the summer gardening season. In places like Alaska, bear activity can be quite prevalent, even in cities such as Anchorage! Jeff and Jonathan share some of their personal encounters with bears. The takeaway from these stories is the importance of cleaning out last season's bird feeders,…
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Here we discuss how HIV is diagnosed and managed in the USA. About our Guest: Dr Ankita Kadakia, M.D. serves as the Deputy Public Health Officer for the County of San Diego. Prior to her current role she served as the Chief and Medical Director for the County’s Tuberculosis Control and Refugee Health Branch and is the President of the California Tu…
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Événements annoncés : [ cantine ] sauvage @ Centre Culturel Libertaire Wazemmes [ manif ] pour l’augmentation générale des salaires @ pRépublique Lille [ ciné ] Un condamné à mort s’est échappé @ Anamorphose Fives [ ciné débat ] Les Roues de l’avenir @ salle Grémeaux Lezennes [ concert ] Taquyali Hammers & The Nails @ Black Lab Wasquehal [ concert …
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This week, Jeff and Jonathan continue their discussion on springtime preparation for the gardening season. One excellent way to prepare is by starting your own hanging basket. Now is the perfect time to buy 4-inch starter plants suitable for hanging baskets, such as Fuchsias, Pelargoniums, Tuberous Begonias, and Lobelias. After the break, they expl…
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Événements annoncés : [ cinéma pour l’oreille ] Totality @ l’Univers Moulins [ concert ] The Mullet Monster Mafia + The Mudsons @ Pit’s Courtrai [ ciné ] projection Memoria Viva @ Espace Culture Cité Scientifique Villeneuve d'Ascq [ ciné danse & musique ] Les Promesses Du Sol @ l’Univers Moulins [ concert ] Structures + Naked Soft Men @ Grand Mix T…
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This week, Jeff and Jonathan are celebrating the longer spring days in Alaska. However, the warming sun has them thinking about the impacts of global warming. They kick off this week's episode by discussing recent scientific studies, which warn that global warming could threaten the survival of dung beetles. Next, they explore various natural indic…
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In this episode, host, Joseph Shuttleworth, and FEMS Microbiology Letters Article Award winner from 2023, Barbara R Heard, dive into her winning paper: Supporting students with blindness and visual impairments in microbiology as they discuss the challenges, barriers, and solutions for students with visual impairments learning microbiology. Discover…
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Événements annoncés : [ vélo ] lancement de Rustine Libre @ Maison des Mobilités Durables Lille [ santé ] permanence du Garcon59 @ Moulinette Moulins [ atelier ] A nous le féminisme ! @ Campus Pont de Bois Villeneuve d'Ascq [ ciné ] Les Hirondelles de Kaboul @ l’Univers Moulins [ ciné ] Escapade chez les Escapés, les sans chez-soi chez les tout ric…
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In this week's episode of Teaming with Microbes, Jeff and Jonathan examine the influx of gardening clickbait articles in our online and print media. They dissect the reasons behind this trend and share their insights on navigating through the clutter. Moving away from the digital sphere, they dive into the scientific realm of bioluminescence, inves…
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Rebecca Barksby of The Lancet Microbe speaks to Dr Nancy Chow about sporotrichosis and discusses a genomic epidemiology study of this zoonotic fungal disease among people and cats in Brazil. Read the full article: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanmic/article/PIIS2666-5247(23)00364-6/fulltext?dgcid=buzzsprout_icw_podcast_generic_lanmic Continue…
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Have you ever stopped to think about the bustling world of life thriving right on your skin? Billions of microscopic organisms, collectively known as the skin microbiome, call this complex ecosystem home, playing a vital role in our health. Many of us are unaware of the intricate dance between our skin and its microbial residents. This delicate bal…
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The spleen is a poorly understood organ that when functioning well, operates efficiently in the background, but what can happen when medical conditions or trauma result in an impairment in that function? In today's episode Vin talks to Professor Veronica Ueckermann about the spleen. They discuss its various functions including mopping up old or dam…
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Événements annoncés : [ concert ] Drive With A Dead Girl + Aidan Baker @ Malterie Wazemmes [ projection / discussion ] « Paris Stalingrad » @ Polder Hellemmes [ concert ] Nitzer Ebb + Sydney Valette @ Black Lab Wasquehal [ concert ] Eel Men + Racket Corp @ La Bulle Café Moulins [ littérature & musique ] Bibli paroles et musique @ l’Anamorphose Five…
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We're talking more about microbes this week! Have you ever wondered why certain foods and drinks taste the way they do? The answer is microbes! This week, Jeff and Jonathan examine new studies that explore how microbes influence the taste of tea. Later, they discuss the vital role of microbial diversity in cheese production. Lastly, they delve into…
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événements annoncés : [ rassemblement ] soutien à Julian Assange @ Répu Lille [ ciné ] Une Journée particulière @ Anamorphose Fives [ ciné ] Berlin Die Sinfonie der Grossstadt @ Univers Moulins [ bière ] présentation du Brassing Club de Fives @ Anamorphose Fives [ conf ] Médias, le nouveau monopoly : qui possède les médias, pour quoi faire ? @ ESJ …
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