Biodiversity biobanks: an invaluable resource for the future

In her final NHM blog post, Samantha Luciano, a second-year student of the MSc Biobanks & Complex Data Management of the Côte d’Azur University in France, who has now completed her Erasmus internship at the Natural History Museum’s Molecular Collections Facility (MCF), discusses the importance of biodiversity biobanks in the context of global health and environmental research.

Read her full blog post here: