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Introducing the microbiome
❏ The next frontier: the great indoors
❏ Evolution of the indoor biome
Microbiome of the built environment
❏ Architectural design influences the diversity and structure of the built environment microbiome
❏ The roles of the outdoors and occupants in contributing to a potential pan-microbiome of the built environment
❏ Human Presence Increases Indoor Bacteria
❏ Ten questions concerning the microbiomes of buildings
❏ Exposures to the “right” number of the “right” kinds of microbes may be beneficial for human health
❏ Spending time indoors, away from fresh air, might increase rates of acute and chronic illness
❏ Well before 2034 we will be collectively designing and managing buildings with intention, to promote healthy indoor ecosystems
❏ Size-resolved emission rates of airborne bacteria and fungi in an occupied classroom
❏ The bacteria that colonize humans and our built environments have the potential to influence our health
The beneficial organisms of our natural world.
❏ Quantity and diversity of environmental microbial exposure and development of asthma
❏ Indoor nature exposure (INE): a health-promotion framework
❏ The link between farm dust and lower rates of asthma in children
❏ Early exposure to germs has lasting benefits
❏ Beneficial effects of plant-associated microbes on indoor microbiomes and human health
❏ 'Let them eat dirt' - the bacteria that can keep us healthy
❏ Naturally-diverse airborne environmental microbial exposures modulate the gut microbiome and may provide anxiolytic benefits in mice
❏ Regulation of the immune system by biodiversity from the natural environment: An ecosystem service essential to health
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