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Culturing Bacteria in a Lifesize Human Body Sculpture

04:00 EDT 11 Aug 2018 | Labiotech.eu

Artist Melissa Fisher built a human sculpture carrying the myriad of invisible bacteria that live on our bodies to highlight the global threat of antibiotic resistance.  Journalist Michael Mosley enters the lab and sees a replica of his own body. ...

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