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This is the podcast by the Center for Evolutionary Hologenomics at the University of Copenhagen. We talk hardcore science in simple terms, so you will learn lots of new words and concepts. As a side effect of listening to our podcast, you may become fascinated by and obsessed with microorganisms and their interactions as much as we are. You can also watch the video version of the podcast episodes on our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7ZdF81zo9FRY_cGTrxktxQ
 
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October is Hallowe’en month, so we did a special spooky episode with Rob Dunn from North Carolina State University! Microbes are everywhere and they are an indivisible part of us, influencing from our health, to the way we smell to even our behaviour. There are around 200 000 species of microbes in your house! In home hot water heaters there are ba…
 
The Evolutionary Hologenomics Podcast turns one! In this special anniversary episode, we catch up with Professor Tom Gilbert, director of the Center for Evolutionary Hologenomics. We start with a trip down memory lane, to ten years ago when the idea for the centre first came up, the application process, the rejection, and finally the acceptance of …
 
In this episode, we chat with PhD student Jacob Agerbo Rasmussen about his research in salmonids and their microbiome. Since Jacob had two papers published recently, we decided to switch up the format of the podcast a bit and make it like a journal club. We start by introducing the structure of a scientific research paper, and then dive into Jacob’…
 
In this episode, we chat with Jaelle Brealey about salmon microbiome and macrobiome. We discuss salmon health and zoom in and out of different compartments to see what bacteria are in the salmon gut, as well as in tapeworms that live in the salmon. Think Matryoshka dolls! Yes, tapeworms don’t have an intestine but they have their own microbiome! No…
 
In this episode, we catch up with associate professor Antton Alberdi and get an overview of what it takes to write such a monumental project application, as well as what the project is actually about. Lots of teamwork and interdisciplinarity, from trial design, to collecting biological samples of host and their gut microbiome, processing them in ma…
 
We had a chat with our very first guest, Aoife Leonard, who told us about her ambitious project called Earth Hologenome Initiative. She is busy managing the project and preparing very cool sampling kits to send out to collaborators collecting samples around the globe. The idea is to collect samples in the field, all over the world, from animals and…
 
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