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Blogs are regularly updated sites usually run by one individual or a small group. These blogs serve as a way to hear from professionals and students in the field and to stay up-to-date on the latest advances in microbiome research.
American Microbiome Institute Blog
"The mission of the American Microbiome Institute is to make tremendous improvements to human health through microbiome science."
"A blog about microbes, microbiologists, healthcare, research, and the life of an evolutionary microbiologist who is trying to make it."
Human Microbiome Journal Club
The HMJC was created in order to provide a forum for discussion and debate about the understanding and the cataloging of the human microbiome.
A blog of the Built Environment network, or microBEnet, maintained by the lab of Jonathan Eisen.
National institute of Health Director's Blog
The blog of NIH Director Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D. with blogposts tagged with the term "microbiome".
"This blog by Ubiome, a biotech company that will sequence costumers’ microbiome, includes summaries of scientific research as well as personal stories and accounts."