The Invisible Worlds exhibition
Among other highlights, the Invisible Worlds features a variety of microbial projects including aspects of Professor Joanne Santini's research on the positive roles of microbes in the environment such as their use for remediation, biosensors and bio-leaching. One of the arsenic-metabolising organisms Joanne isolated, NT-26 (pictured) is one of the stars of the "Rock Garden" section of the exhibition.
About Professor Joanne Santini
Professor Joanne Santini is a Reader in Microbiology and a co-director of MICROBIOLOGY@UCL consortium which she established with Dr Celia Caulcott in early 2018. Her current research involves the study of microorganisms that metabolise toxic metals and metalloids such as arsenic.