The next breakthrough in medicine could be found in one neighborhood’s sewage
Think the future of medicine is all robots and computers? Think again—medicine’s next big thing might actually be 3.5 billion years old, and right under our noses; not to mention, just about everywhere else. In the final episode of Mach’s “MicroCosmic” we explore how different bacteria are being studied to find potential cures for various diseases.
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