Cities have their own distinct microbial fingerprints

Chris Mason’s daughter used to touch surfaces on the New York City subway when she was a baby, and he was fascinated by it. Then she licked a pole one day. Mason, a geneticist at Weill Cornell Medicine, believes there was a clear microbial interaction. “I was desperate to find out what had happened.” So... Continue Reading →

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