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Scientists from Experimental Medicine ran an exhibit at the Royal Society Summer exhibition between the 1st and 6th July 2014. Their exhibit 'Immune-bacterial interactions' explored the science behind the interactions between gut microbes and our immune system and how changes in their relationship can lead to illnesses such as inflammatory bowel disease.