Bonnie Bassler on Learning To Speak Microbe

Princeton biologist Bonnie Bassler studies the chemical conversations bacteria use to work together and (sometimes) to make us sick. She joined me for my latest podcast, bringing her trademark enthusiasm and rare skill at telling a good scientific story. Check it out.

And if you crave more, check out her excellent TED lecture last year.

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