Small molecules control bacterial resistance to antibiotics
Ute Hellmich is appointed as the first professor within the Microverse Cluster
Study provides deeper insight into the regulation of bacterial toxins
Antibiotics affect balance of intestinal microbiome
MiCoCo with Christine Moisl-Eichinger
1st D-A-C-H Dictyostelium Workshop
MiCom 2021 - 8th International Conference on Microbial Communication for Young Scientists
Microorganisms like bacteria and fungi have a big influence on our lives. Often they appear to us as threats to our health but that is only a very narrow view on the functions and abilities of microorganisms. In fact, life would not be possible without them: a balanced microbiome keeps humans, animals, plants and ecosystems healthy. Moreover they are significant for our nutrition – humans have been using microorganisms such as yeast or lactic acid bacteria to produce food for thousands of years.
Members and friends of the Microverse Cluster and the Jena School for Microbial Communication have revealed their favourite delicious recipes which involve the activity of microorganisms. You will also find information on typical microorganisms used for food production.
Discover the Microverse and enjoy the microbial kitchen!