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Author Annette A. Lacey is using the internet to educate her book readers about the science of the microbiome.
The author, a professor of biomedical sciences at the University of Washington, is using online book publishers to bring the latest research on the microbiome to her readers.
In a TEDx talk, Lacey said that the internet’s potential to help people become better doctors and scientists is a great idea.
But the real potential of the technology lies in the books themselves.
Lacey said she has been teaching people about the microbiome for more than 10 years.
The book The Microbiome and Its Future, was the first one she published and has been widely praised for its research into the human microbiome.
“The book is really well written,” Lacey told The Hill in an email.
“It really captures the scientific community’s view and understanding of the way the microbiome works.
I think people get the gist of what it is and how it works, which is great.”
She said that by taking a broad look at the science, the book can help readers understand the research and help them make informed decisions about their health.
“A lot of the information in the book is very general,” she said.
“So it’s not very easy for a layperson to understand the science and how the research is being done.
But a lot of it is very useful and I hope that a lot more people will read it.”
The book has sold more than 5 million copies worldwide and is currently being published in more than 20 languages.
Lacy is the founder and publisher of the nonprofit, online magazine, Longevity, which helps people get healthy by teaching them how to live longer.
Longevity has a platform for people to share tips on how to get healthy, learn about nutrition and even help people find health care.
The site is designed to be accessible to everyone.
“We have a huge audience of over 1 million people,” Lacy said.
“The more people we reach, the more people can join.”
She has also been working with researchers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to make the technology accessible to people across the world.
“They have been working on ways to make it easy for people who can’t get the books because they don’t have a computer or don’t want to download them,” she explained.
“It’s great to have the opportunity to talk to scientists in the field.
There’s a lot that we can learn from them.”
Lacey also said that her approach to the microbiome research is different from the way most people research it.
“I do research that’s open to the public, I think, because it’s open source,” she told The Wall Street Journal.
“I think people need to be open to ideas that have been out there for a long time.”
In addition to her TEDx Talks, Lacy also writes books on topics such as aging, nutrition and the microbiome, and is an editor for the Journal of the American Medical Association.
The science behind the book has received a lot less attention from the mainstream media than other books.
The NIH, which oversees the NIH-funded Longevity project, did not respond to The Hill’s request for comment.
Lack of funding has been a problem for many science books in the past.
In 2016, The New Yorker published a story that claimed that scientists in China had invented a new type of gene that made it possible to produce the “perfect” version of a bacterial gene.
That article sparked outrage in China, which banned publication of the story.
A spokesperson for the Chinese government said the story had been removed from the website of the Communist Party newspaper, People’s Daily, and the Chinese Science and Technology Commission, which investigates all scientific reports, did the same.
The Chinese government told The New York Times that the book was a “propaganda hoax.”