The Navarro’s lab is participating at the LMU-CAS Lilliputian Workshop in Germany

The complexity of a microbiome is daunting. A human’s gut microbiome may have over 1,000 individual species of bacteria that co-exist stably over years or possibly over generations. We lack an understanding of the forces that contribute to this surprising stability.

On December 5th, Javier Ceja-Navarro will talk about – “Lilliputian Landscapes and Microbial Function: Examples from the Gut of Beetles”

https://www.cas.uni-muenchen.de/veranstaltungen/tagungen/ws_merrow/index.html

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