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One Health and the Lessons Learned from the 1999 West Nile Virus Outbreak (MWV46)

In episode 46 of MicrobeWorld Video, filmed at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting in Washington, D.C., Dr. Stan Maloy talks with Read More

Animation of Antimicrobial Resistance

This is a brief scientific simulation displaying our current understanding of how bacteria acquire resistance. It's from the FDA's Center for Veterinary Medicine website. Thanks to Youtube user DrKPW for posting this! Read More

How The Shuttle Helped Salmonella, MRSA Research

Space Shuttle Atlantis is set to take off Friday, July 8, as NASA’s 135th and final space shuttle mission, bringing a 30-year shuttle program to a close.

Although the program is being retired, scientific experiments will continue in space aboard the International Space Station, which serves a... Read More

Francis H. Arnold: Laboratory Evolution (MWV55)

In episode 55 of MicrobeWorld Video, filmed at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting in Washington, D.C., on February 18, 2011, Dr. Stan Maloy talks with Read More

Interview with Françoise Barré-Sinoussi on Sex, Stigma and Women in Science

Nature video has produced a piece in which physicist Markita Landry talks with Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, the French virologist who received a Nobel Prize in 2008 for identifying HIV as the cause of AIDS. They discuss the impact of the stigma associated with sexual-related diseases and the experi... Read More

ASM Live - The Live Internet Talk Show

Participate in ASM Live at ASM 2014 in Boston where we will be live streaming video interviews of select presenters with host Stan Maloy, Chair of the ... Read More

Elmo joins H1N1 flu fight

The federal government is reintroducing a powerful weapon in the fight against the H1N1 flu virus: Elmo.


The popular Sesame Street character will be featured in a series of public service advertisements meant to encourage better hygiene among young children, the Department of Health a... Read More

Great Microbiologists (A stop motion video made with Legos)

A great video made with legos about the history of microbiology. Read More

Derek Smith on antigenic cartography

Derek Smith, Professor of Infectious Disease Informatics, University of Cambridge, U.K., has developed a method for visualizing antigenic evolution by creating two-dimensional maps in a process called antigenic cartography. These maps are made with data that provide information on the antigen... Read More

Fungi synchronize spore ejections to create their own air stream

A good breeze is just what a fungus needs to spread its seed, but what if the weather doesn't oblige? It turns out some species generate their own jets of air, increasing how far their spores travel more than 30-fold.

Apothecial fungi have cup-shaped fruiting bodies lined with spore-bearing c... Read More

My Microbes, Myself (Video)

Did you know that your body is home to 10 times more microbes than human cells? Learn about the human microbiome and its fascinating practical applications. Speakers include Dr. Lita Proctor, Human Microbiome Project at NIH, Dr. Liliana Losada, J Craig Venter Institute, Rockville, MD, Dr. Jac... Read More

Gym Bacteria Study Can't Find MRSA

Many worry that fitness centers attract not just people to exercise, but offer bacteria a place to thrive. But a new University of Florida study of bacteria levels on gym equipment offers a surprising result, about what it didn’t find. Researchers tested dumbbells, benches, and other gym equipme... Read More

Fun with Bacteria (video)

Dan Koob explores a brand new world of bacteria at Temple's Medical School.
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MRSA infection shown to be seasonal

A new study from Rhode Island Hospital has found a significant increase in the occurrence of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections in the summer and autumn months. The increase was more pronounced in the pediatric population than in adults. The study is now published onli... Read More

VIDEO - The Media and the Flu

A hosted a panel discussion about how the media has covered the swine flu story. Has it informed, or alarmed, the public? Dr. Allison McGeer and Dr. Richard Schabas join in the discussion. Taken from Canada's CBC Television.

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Dr. Allison McGeer is a Microbiologist and Infectious ... Read More

Emerging Issues in Infectious Disease #ICAAC

Participants in this session at ICAAC discuss the latest issues appearing on the horizon for infectious disease researchers including the changing epidemiology of drug resistance in Salmonella and the possibility that chronic fatigue syndrome could be associated with a retroviral infection.

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ASM Live 2011: Bacteria May Contribute to Development of Parkinsons Disease

A new mouse model suggests that the bacterium responsible for stomach ulcers could also play a role in the development of Parkinson's disease.

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Traci Testerman, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Ctr., Shreveport Read More

TWiM #16: ICAAC Live (MWV54)

Episode 54 of MicrobeWorld Video, filmed at the 51st Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy on September 17, 2011, features a live recorded video episode of This Week in Microbiology (TWiM), a podcast about life on Earth.


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Futures in Biotech 60: Do you come to this cave often?

I joined Marc Pelletier on episode 60 of Futures in Biotech for a conversation with Dave Brodbeck, George Farr, and Andre Nantel. We talked about primate face recognition, discovery of a new antiviral compound to treat hepatitis C virus infection, changing the length of a codon from three to fou... Read More

Microbial Analysis of Environmental Surfaces in Hotel Rooms

A survey of surfaces in hotel rooms finds television remotes to be among the most heavily contaminated with bacteria and items on housekeeping carts carry the potential to cross-contaminate rooms. Participants will discuss the results of this survey, the first step in to objectively assess sani... Read More

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