• ScienceDaily | 2/23/2018 | Staff
    We know less about the significance of our gut bacteria than what many books and magazines on the subject seem to suggest. A lot of the research on the topic is based on animal studies which cannot...
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  • phys.org | 2/12/2018 | Staff
    Scientists have revealed the intricate detail of how dragonfly wings kill bacteria, thanks to new methods for using very powerful microscopes to see nature's smallest structures in three dimensions.
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  • phys.org | 2/12/2018 | Staff
    Adrift on a boat in the middle of the North Pacific Ocean, the most astounding sight is the utter absence of anything to see. The glassy calm water is undisturbed and gently undulating for miles in...
    201 views Claw987
  • phys.org | 2/1/2018 | Staff
    High concentrations of heavy metals, like copper and gold, are toxic for most living creatures. This is not the case for the bacterium C. metallidurans, which has found a way to extract valuable...
    433 views Nighty
  • phys.org | 2/1/2018 | Staff
    Soft foods like white bread and rice might seem like an easy thing for your body to digest, but a tiny organism in your gut is actually responsible for chowing down some types of starch and turning...
    689 views kring
  • phys.org | 1/30/2018 | Staff
    Carina Bunse has written a thesis on marine bacteria and how they respond to the changes in their environment. Bacteria affect nutrient turnover in the Baltic Sea and with it the balance of the sea.
    232 views hey13
  • ScienceDaily | 1/29/2018 | Staff
    "Phage have been used as an alternative to antibiotics for decades in eastern European countries, particularly for treatment of urinary tract infections," said corresponding author Catherine Putonti,...
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