WIRED published this video item, entitled “How Much Bacteria Lives in Subways? | WIRED” – below is their description.
A subway pole, a turnstile, a seat….what kinds of bacteria and microbes live on these surfaces? Dr. Christopher Mason and his team swabbed every subway station in New York City, and many around the globe, to come up with the answers.
Dr. Mason is a Professor of Genomics Physiology and Biophysics at Weill Cornell Medicine
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