Unravelling the Mysteries of the Urinary Microbiome

An Interview with Alan J. Wolfe Ph.D.
Department of Microbiology & Immunology
Loyola University Chicago

This Earth Day, Let’s Celebrate the Microbiome Innovators Transforming Environmental Conservation

Microbiome research has emerged as a cornerstone of environmental conservation, providing invaluable insights into the intricate relationships between microbes and their surroundings.

Redefining Field Research With Cerillo’s Portable, Wireless Lab

Empowering Environmental Exploration: Cerillo’s Alto Microplate Reader With Wireless Connectivity Redefines Field Research

Mastering Variability: How Cerillo’s Co-Culture Platform Is Accelerating Advances in Microbiome Research

Cerillo’s Research Platform revolutionizes microbiome research, offering standardized data collection for enhanced reproducibility.

Cerillo’s Co-Culture Platform: Elevating Food Safety Research with Precision and Ease

Cerillo’s microplate reader and co-culture system has solidified its place as a game-changer in the field of food safety testing.

Julia Swavola’s Microbe Moment:

We are thrilled to share that our very own Dr. Julia Swavola, was recently featured on the Microbigals podcast: The Microbe Moment.

Advancing Understanding of Urinary Tract Disorders

The Loyola Urinary Education and Research Collaborative is spearheading groundbreaking research that challenges long-held beliefs about the female urinary tract.

Unraveling the Hidden World of Microbial Interactions

The Microbiome is home to trillions of microorganisms. These tiny creatures play a critical role in shaping our health, ecosystems, and even entire industries.

Unearthing Hidden Treasures: Co-Culture Reveals Novel Microbial Compounds

Co-culture emerges as a powerful tool, not only for unraveling microbial interactions but also for unearthing novel compounds produced by microorganisms.

Mimicking Nature: Unraveling Microbial Interactions with Co-Culture Systems

In the vast tapestry of our environment, microorganisms exist in intricate communities, where they engage in a dance of interactions that shape the world around us.

A Powerful Duo: How  Co-Culture Could Unveil Potential Therapeutic Agents

Researchers are turning to the dynamic world of co-culture, where a powerful duo of microorganisms holds the key to unlocking innovative treatments.