How climate change is driving the death of coral reefs, and how the bacteria and viruses associated with the reef influence its health.

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How studying viruses in extreme environments can give insights into the evolution of life on earth, and whether a virus is actually alive.

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Algae are amazing microorganisms, and Dr. Mayfield says that the more you know about algae, the more you like them. 

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How CRISPR/Cas evolved, the various applications that is has been used for, some of the controversies associated with its use, and its further potential to improve human health.

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Puerto Rican scientists describe what happened to their laboratories after the hurricane Maria.

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Concrete is the most commonly used building material in the world, and is a very unique dry, high pH environment with special chemical properties. Amazingly, there are microbial communities that live within concrete.

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How the success of vaccines has ironically contributed to the rise of the anti-vax movement, how the way scientists talk about vaccines is important to increase vaccination rates, and the autism-vaccine controversy.

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How V. fischeri can count how many friends are around them through quorum sensing and how they can specifically colonize squid.

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Students at Southside High School (San Antonio) sent a microbiology experiment up to the International Space Station (ISS).

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Dr. Jabra-Rizk talks about fungal-bacterial coinfections, the difficulty of effectively treating polymicrobial infections, and how she asked for her first microscope at the age of 13.

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