“We tend to think of things that we can see as being the really important contributors to the environment … but microbes are much more important,” says Advisor Michael W. Gray (Dalhousie University).

This is the third in a series of videos on CIFAR’s Integrated Microbial Biodiversity program, its unique collaborative approach and the big role microbes play in our world.

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