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The Healthy Microbiome Project promises to drive our understanding of the subject forward, and in doing so takes a place in the Museum’s long tradition of global discovery.
Naturalist, explorer, and taxidermist Carl Akeley, who pioneered habitat dioramas and advocated for conservation, was born 152 years ago today.
The Museum-hosted Healthy Microbiome Project aims to help the public understand that microbes aren't just "germs," and that many play important roles in human health and well-being.