Social media kit

Do you want to share CIRCLES’ research or general microbiome facts via your own social media accounts? You can! We have developed a selection of Twitter, Instagram and Facebook posts you can use to raise awareness of the microbiome.

How do I share a CIRCLES post on Instagram or Facebook?

Below, you can open each image separately for Instagram or Facebook. The text belonging to each image you can download HERE. Just copy the image and text into your Instagram or Facebook account and start sharing!

How do I share a CIRCLES post on Twitter?

It’s simple: just choose any post you like, click the TWEET button and it’s done!

#Microbes are EVERYWHERE & important for the #foodsystem🍅, crop & livestock production🌾🐮, #soilhealth & human #guthealth🌱🙋‍♂‍ and even in the fight vs #ClimateChange
#CIRCLESEU proudly raises the profile of the #microbiome 🙌

The microbiome is ESSENTIAL in our #foodsystem for:

🌱Soil & plant health
🌾 Crop production
🐮 Livestock health
🍞 Food production
🥕Human health
🗑#Foodwaste composting
🌡 #ClimateChange mitigation


Microbial communities in #farm animals are likely connected👩‍🌾
#CIRCLESEU is exploring poultry & swine food chains to improve the health & wellbeing of all parts of the #foodsystem🐔🐷
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From soil to oceans, #microbes are everywhere🦠
Thanks to its overarching nature, knowledge of the potential of #microbes throughout the food chains will ensure the sustainability of our #foodsystems🌍
#BioeconomyStrategy #FOOD2030EU #CIRCLESEU
#CIRCLESEU is developing innovative #microbiome applications in the #foodsystem, to increase: 
♻️Sustainability of health & food systems
💭Microbiome knowledge
New microbiome-based food & feed applications
Reach #FOOD2030EU goals
The #microbiome is a community of microscopic organisms in a defined habitat with distinct properties. The #gutmicrobiome includes
🦠Bacteria & yeasts
🦠Their individual functions (the compounds they produce)
🦠The beneficial effects of the compounds on #guthealth
Everybody & everything is surrounded by #microbes
🦠what microbes do, &
🦠how they interact with each other
will enable us to manage our planet’s resources to obtain our food & improve our health🤸‍♀️🍏
As we celebrate #microbes, let’s get acquainted with some unusual #microbial applications beyond #CIRCLESEU!
Scientists are studying #bacteria on the seafloor that eat methane, a greenhouse gas😮& #microbes living in compost that can help make biofuels
#Microbes are likely interconnected between
🌊Ocean waters
🦈Wild fishes
🐟Farmed fishes
🌍The wider marine #environment
#CIRCLESEU is exploring these links to improve the health & wellbeing of all parts of the #foodsystem
#DidYouKnow that researchers from #CIRCLESEU are looking into the importance of the #microbiome in the #foodsystem?
Microbiome research is important & has:
⛰️Untapped potential
🔑The key to healthier living
🍀Limited discoveries
The world of #microbes is filled with untapped potential😮 #Microbiome research could lead to applications in many areas:
🌦Climate science & carbon cycling
Sustainable energy & biofuels
Health & medicine: treatment of #NCDs & #AMR
Microbial communities are essential for the health & wellbeing of ecosystems (like our body!)🦠
⚖️When in balance, the ecosystem is doing well
🤒If individual species take over, they may cause illness or food spoilage in the #foodsystem
The soil is alive and full of microbes!🌱🦠
#CIRCLESEU is looking at how spinach & tomato🍅 production can be improved with the support of fungi or bacteria found on other plants 🔬 Reach #FOOD2030EU goals!
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