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Week 09 (26 - 04)

Chemotactic bacteria can swim towards the nutrient-rich water around picophytoplankton, but they don’t stay long

Image credit: Dr Douglas R. Brumley


Week 08 (19 - 25)

Species interactions affect the temperature sensitivity of microbial community respirationl.

Image credit: Nature Microbiology (2023). DOI: 10.1038/s41564-022-01283-w.


Week 07 (12 - 18)

Drexel researchers are exploring the pathways that PFAS "forever chemicals" may be taking to reach the natural environment from biosolid fertilizer.

Image credit: Drexel University.

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Week 06 (05 - 11)

Soil is a primary reservoir of biodiversity in urban ecosystems. Human-caused disturbance and loss of natural habitats greatly affect urban soil biodiversity. However, there are multiple mitigation options (e.g., green roofs and walls, indoor habitats, diversified and restored parks) to provide soil habitat to increase soil biodiversity in indoor and outdoor spaces.

Image credit: npj Urban Sustainability (2023). DOI: 10.1038/s42949-023-00086-0.


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