8 April 2015 02:16
Justin Seymour discusses the ocean microbiology team in C3 and the technology of microfluidics he uses to investigate the interactions of microorganisms at the scale of a drop of seawater.
Tags: ocean microbiology, microfluidic chips, microfluidics, MIT, ocean function, microbial ecology
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