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Mark O. Martin

Wow, Merry! Such a cool topic!

Long ago, I did a little work with Megan Nunez on atomic force microscopy of biofilms on surfaces. I knew that there had to be a very thin layer of water above the biofilm, through which the probe was tapping. And it occurred to me at the time that there could be so much happening in that very, very thin layer of water.

We tend not to think about the "microbial perspective"---how things "look" to a microbe.

Your post is another example!

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