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Microbial communities rock

We asked Jill Banfield, a mineralogist-turned-microbiologist, how she became interested in microbial communities, what she thinks about field work, how she manages a multidisciplinary team, and where microbiome studies are headed next.

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Nunes-Alves, C. Microbial communities rock. Nat Microbiol 2, 17041 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1038/nmicrobiol.2017.41

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