Carl Zimmer’s recent New York Times article on urban evolution underscores why an urban space can be viewed as “one great laboratory”.  Most urban evolution research has been focused on plants and animals, or on specific microbial strains.  Soon urban microbiome research – which is focused on the ecology and evolution of microbial communities in urban spaces – will be mainstream.

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