This episode: Different bacteria working together can thrive better than when working alone!
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Unistem Day è la giornata di divulgazione della ricerca sulle cellule staminali organizzata dal Centro per la ricerca sulle Cellule staminali dell’Università degli Studi di Milano (Unistem) per gli studenti delle scuole superiori Nata a Milano sei anni fa per iniziativa di Elena Cattaneo, Direttore di Unistem e anima della giornata, l’iniziativa si è negli anni allargata entro ed oltre i confini del Paese, facendo lo scorso anno il suo ingresso in Europa.
I wrote a review of Almost Human for Strange Horizons, which is an amazing online publisher of SFF short fiction, in addition to reviews. You can read my review here! And then please join me in hoping really hard that Fox renews for season two.(I've been having so many thoughts on Almost Human that I've decided to initiate a complete rewatch, during which I will blog about each episode, with critiques on the science and the fiction aspects as well as my own speculations on the technology within