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It’s time to look deeper into the overarching patterns that scientists around the world are beginning to see in the indoor microbiome. BioBE members Ashley Bateman and James Meadow are headed to Durham, NC this week with fellow built environment scientists Rachel Adams and Holly Bik to work on a combined analysis of all high-throughput microbial datasets produced in built environments to date. The National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NECSent) is hosting the group to bring together 4 ecologists with scientific programming chops to undertake this huge task. This project is a followup to last-year’s Indoor Evolution meeting at NESCent, funded by the Alfred P Sloan foundation.

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