Can we beat bacteria by stopping the bugs from talking to each other?
If only one in ten cells in the body is human, then what are we? Paul Evans investigates.
How the microbes in us set us on a path of health or chronic disease.
In “Show Us Your Instrument”, Dr Glen Gibson, from Reading University, shows us Robogut.
Science journalist Ed Yong explores the implications of being host to billions of microbes
Could our microbiome have an influence on our mood and behaviour?
Dr Mark Porter on faecal transplants, and the balance of good and bad bugs in our guts.
New insights into the important relationship we have with microbes that live in our gut.
In a new series, Geoff Watts investigates the bacteria flourishing on our bodies.
Dan Saladino asks if hunter gatherers the Hadza tribe hold the key to our future health.
Dan Saladino takes part in a gruelling food study aimed at predicting his optimum diet.
James Gallagher explores how our second genome is driving our metabolism and health.
Dan Saladino discovers the gut microbiome, to find that food will never be the same again.
Dan Saladino's further adventures into the world of food and the gut microbiome.
How much does the bacteria inside my body weigh?
Sue Broom cracks the code of the cryptic names that are given to genes by scientists.