Microbiome Network

The Microbiome Network supports and engages a CSU-wide group of scholars interested in understanding the functional and structural basis of microbiomes, and their ecological relevance and applications to human, animal, plant and soil biology, and environmental systems.

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Microbiome Research: CSU Leads The Way In Microbiome Science

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Why CSU is investing in microbiome science

Understanding microbial communities in fractured shales goal of NSF-sponsored project

Understanding microbial communities in fractured shales goal of NSF-sponsored project

Upcoming Events

Wednesday May 1, 2019
Microbiome Seminar Series: Gut Microbial succession during conventionalization of germfree chicken.
Wed, May 1, 2019, 4pm
Room A101,  Microbiology building

Interested in learning more about microbiome research? Check out the PLOSone microbiome channel
Editors include CSU faculty