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Features

Taking a Scientific Approach to Science Education, Part II—Changing Teaching

Challenges remain before universities more widely adopt research-based approaches, despite their many benefits over lecture-based teaching

Carl Wieman and Sarah Gilbert

Microbes that Meddle with Metals

Microorganisms depend on numerous metal cofactors; these requirements in turn depend on microbial species, type of metabolism, and environmental conditions

Jennifer B. Glass

Dispersal and the Microbiome

Learning how fast and how far microorganisms move will help us better understand the diversity of microbial communities

Jennifer B. H. Martiny

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