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ASM 2014 video competition: Because You Care About Me

Our video for ASM global video competition…
This work has been created after writing a manuscript that was published in the ASM's Clinical Microbiology Reviews (http://cmr.asm.org/content/26/3/361.abstract). The paper shows the increasing spread of superbugs in the Gulf Cooperation Council Stat... Read More

TWiP 61: Some creep crept into the crypt and crapped

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Hosts: Vincent Racaniello and Dickson Despommier


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MWV Episode 81 - Sheldon Campbell - The Singing Microbiologist

Sheldon Campbell sings about microbiology. Dr. Campbell teaches microbiology at Yale School of Medicine and he uses music to enhance his lectures. He has one song for every block of lectures he gives on a major topic.


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TWiP 68: Sex and the single trypanosome

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BacterioFiles Micro Edition 99 - Protecting Pathogen Proteins Produces Potential Preventives

This episode: Using a bacterial trick to protect pathogen proteins from radiation could help produce useful vaccines!



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People, Places and Pathogens

Huw Taylor, Professor of Microbial Ecology at the University of Brighton, presented his inaugural lecture on Thursday 21 June 2012 entitled: People, Places and Pathogens.

Professor Taylor, who did his undergraduate degree in microbiology, said that the science of medical microbiology has del... Read More

TWiP 55: A ladybird's weapon

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Hosts: Vincent Racaniello and Dickson Despommier


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TWiM #73: Eyeing root nodule development

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Growing bricks (with bacteria), not another brick in the wall: Ginger Krieg Dosier at TEDxWWF (video)

Imagine a world where bricks are grown instead of fired: this is the world architect-turn-scientist Ginger Krieg Dosier lives every day. Ginger strives to create an alternate building block that will craft a more sustainable future for the construction industry and in turn help to lower the worl... Read More

TWiP 59: Apicomplexity

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Hosts: Vincent Racaniello and Dickson Despommier


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BacterioFiles Micro Edition 96 - Mouse Microbes Match Mice

This episode: Each kind of animal needs its own specific microbes!



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BacterioFiles Micro Edition 98 - Modified Microbes Make Mosquito Midguts Murder Malaria

This episode: Scientists engineer mosquito gut bacteria to fight malaria!



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Emergence of Animal-Origin H3N2 Influenza

Public health officials provide the latest update on the H3N2, the new strain of influenza that appears to have jumped from swine to humans and has already infected nearly 300 people in the United States.

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BacterioFiles Micro Edition 88 - Bacteria Block Barnacle Binding

This episode: Biofilms help keep seaweed surfaces clear of barnacles!



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MWV Episode 69 - Richard Cogdell - Bacterial Photosynthesis

 


Richard Cogdell is the Director of the Institute for Molecular Cell and Systems Biology at the Univer... Read More

Virus causes animal die-off along the coast of Peru

A dying pelican crawls away from the surf to die on the beach of Paita, Peru on May 2, 2012. According to Peruvian vice minister of Environment, Gabriel Quijandria, the cause of death of thousands of fish, sea birds and diverse animal wildlife that has been washing ashore in the northern coasts ... Read More

Mundo de los Microbios - Episodio 105 - Greetchen Diaz

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Greetchen Diaz es una joven investigadora en el area de los virus del papilloma humano (HPV) que son los responsables de las verrugas, pero también aparecen como una de las... Read More

The Microbiology of the Bioeconomy - An ASM "Microbes After Hours" Event - Monday,June 3, 2013, 6-8 p.m. ET

Microbiology is poised to make significant inroads towards reducing dependence on crude oil and petroleum-based products.