Roberto Kolter

Roberto Kolter is a Professor at Harvard Medical School and Co-Director of Harvard’s Microbial Sciences Initiative. He is also co-blogger at Small Things Considered.

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Cover: Life at the Edge of Sight: A Photographic Exploration of the Microbial WorldLife at the Edge of Sight: A Photographic Exploration of the Microbial WorldChimileski, Scott
Kolter, Roberto
HARDCOVER09/25/2017$35.00
Cover: March of the Microbes: Sighting the UnseenMarch of the Microbes: Sighting the UnseenIngraham, John L.PAPERBACK05/07/2012$20.00
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