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  1. Journal highlight - seasonal variation in activated sludge populations
    Journal highlight - seasonal variation in activated sludge populations

    The abundance of bacteria and Archaea in activated sludge are significantly higher in winter than summer. This is contrary to Eukaryota.

  2. Gloucestershire badger cull may fail to reduce levels of bovine TB
    Gloucestershire badger cull may fail to reduce levels of bovine TB

    The UK government has admitted that badger culling may not reduce the levels of TB in cattle in one of their pilot trials.

  3. The ecologist will see you now
    The ecologist will see you now

    We’re not individuals, we’re ecosystems full of bacteria. Understanding how these microbes interact with our bodies is set to transform medicine.

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