Behind the scenes here at DSN things are frantic to bring you the very best of microbes. We got so much lined up this week…View More Microbial Week is Going Strong, Baby!
Bathymodiolus azoricus mussels Like many bivalves, the deep-sea hydrothermal mussel Bathymodiolus azoricus anchors itself to the bottom using byssal threads. Bacteria have been spotted within…View More B3: Bathymodiolus, bacteria, and biomineralization by Eniko Kadar*
Who says microbes can’t be adorable and charismatic? Just look at this cute little devil! This recently identified deep-sea thermoacidophile accounts for about 15% of…View More Cute Little Things by Christina Kellogg
Head on over to Twisted Bacteria who is helping us celebrate microbial week. There is great post about the elusive habitat of some marine bacteria…or…View More More link love
Here at DSN we give microbes a dedicated week at other blogs it is all microbes all the time. At the wonderfully titled Small Thing…View More A Little Link Love
What do they all have in common? Deep-sea coral microbial ecology. Coral microbial ecology is the study of the relationship of coral-associated microorganisms to each…View More Snot, sequencing & submersibles by Christina Kellogg
If you like Shark Week, you’ll LOVE Microbe Week. A lot of planning goes into our theme weeks at DSN.View More Shark Week For Geeks
Face it. This is a microbial world and they just let us live here. Beer, wine, cheese, bread, and Penicillin are not just the components of a hot date, but everyday examples of microbiology in action. Aerosol bacteria may even be responsible for the weather.View More Intro to Microbial Week by Christina Kellogg