December 2020: A collaboration led by KIC faculty members Iwijn de Vlaminck, Ilana Brito, and Warren Zipfel has developed an imaging tool to create intricate spatial maps of the locations and identities of hundreds of different microbial species, such as those that make up the gut microbiome. The tool will help scientists understand how complex communities of microorganisms interact with each other and also their environment. Read more about the tool in the Cornell Chronicle.

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