Sarah Alston
Sarah is a 4th year biology student at the University of New Brunswick that has been with the R&D team at LuminUltra this term on co-op. She intends to continue her studies after graduation to pursue her passion for sustainable agriculture, nutrition and health policy. When she’s not studying, she spends her time outdoors hiking and camping, backpacking everywhere and anywhere, and is almost always planning her next adventure.

Microbes Run the World

  Microbes run the world. They are the governing agents behind the conversion of key elements into vital biological forms. They remove toxins from their environments, and protect us from disease-causing organisms. Microbes do not, however, go to battle alone. Microbe armies live in complex communities that follow intricate processes and interactions to ensure environmental… Read More