Author: Connor LaMontagne

Bacteria Don’t Have to Be Single Cells: Candidatus Magnetoglobus multicellularis

Bacteria Don’t Have to Be Single Cells: Candidatus Magnetoglobus multicellularis

We usually define bacteria as being single-celled organisms. But with microbes, there’s always an exception to the rule.

Molds, Mealworms, and Missed Opportunities: How We Think About Young Scientists

Molds, Mealworms, and Missed Opportunities: How We Think About Young Scientists

It is extremely important for science to be open for everyone but is it open to those who are young? Are we missing out on discoveries because we do not listen to the questions that children ask about science?

I Love Microbiology, and You Can Too

There is this notion that people who study science had a lifelong fascination with it, implying that those who lack this history should pursue another career. Let me tell you: as a kid, I didn’t dream of becoming a scientist. Honestly, I just wanted to…