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CMFI Podcast "Bakterien im Darm" erschienen

01.11.2021 CMFI News, In the Media

The CMFI episode of "#exzellenterklaert – Spitzenforschung für alle" was published on November 1, 2021!

Lisa Maier, Junior Research Group Leader at CMFI, talks about “Bacteria in the Gut - How Drugs Affect our Microbiome.”

The German science podcast on current science topics reflects the research diversity of the Germany’s leading research institutions and Clusters of Excellence: from A for Africa Studies to Z for zoonosis. In each episode, listeners can expect insights into the interdisciplinary work of one research network. The researchers of the clusters of excellence, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) talk to podcaster Larissa Vassilian about how they want to find scientifically based answers to relevant topics of our time – for the society of tomorrow. Listen in and follow us!

The podcast can be found on all major platforms and is also available for direct playback on the podcast website www.exzellent-erklaert.de.

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