Jessica Green:
Jessica Green: ¿Estamos filtrando los microbios equivocados?

TEDGlobal 2011 · 5:25 · Filmed Jul 2011
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¿Deberíamos de dejar el aire libre fuera de los hospitales? La ecologísta y TED Fellow Jessica Green encontró que los mecanismos de ventilación se deshacen de muchas clases de microbios, pero de las clases equivocada: aquellos que se quedan en el hospital son más propensos a ser patógenos.

Engineer and biodiversity scientist
Jessica Green wants people to understand the important role microbes play in every facet of our lives: climate change, building ecosystems, human health, even roller derby — using nontraditional tools like art, animation and film to help people visualize the invisible world. Full bio
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