Dr Sarah Wettstadt is a microbiologist-turned science writer and communicator helping scientists and life science organisations disseminate scientific knowledge. Her overall vision is to empower through learning: she shares scientific knowledge with both scientists and non-scientists and coaches scientists in science communications with the newly founded business SciComm Society. Sarah publishes her own blog BacterialWorld to share the beauty of microbes and bacteria, is a content writer for QIAGEN, edits and publishes microbiology-research content for the FEMSmicroBlog and co-founded the scicomm video platform STEMcognito. Previous to her science communication career, she did a PhD at Imperial College London, UK, and a postdoc at the CSIC in Granada, Spain.
Metabolic cross-feeding relationship gains probiotic status
A diet rich in plant polymers challenges the human digestive system and is highly nutritious fodder for our gut microbiota.
The danger in the bat: a novel tool to detect sarbecoviruses
Infections with different coronaviruses can lead to various symptoms and their virulence is in no way deducible from their genomes.