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The current inability to culture the entirety of observed bacteria is well known and with the advent of ever more powerful molecular tools, that can survey bacterial communities at previously unattainable depth, the gap in our capacity to culture and define all of these species increases exponentially. This gap has essentially become the rate limiting step(More)
  • Ian Morley
  • 2007
In 1842, a civil servant, Edwin Chad-wick, published at his own expense The Report from the Poor Law Commissioners on an Inquiry into the Sanitary Conditions of the Laboring Population of Great Britain, which outlined in detail the wretched social and environmental conditions within the world's first industrial society. The Chad-wick Report, the first such(More)
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