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Rich Condit reminisces

On my recent trip to record TWiV #111 at Florida Gulf Coast University, I visited Rich Condit in Gainesville. There he told me a story about how the bacteriophage T7 polymerase/promoter system was developed. It’s an interesting tale that demonstrates how important scientific advances often have ... Read More

2010 Handwashing Survey Results #ICAAC

Mom's advice about cleaning your hands may finally be starting to get through. In the August 2010 observational study sponsored by the American Society for Microbiology and the American Cleaning Institute® (formerly The Soap and Detergent Association), 85% of adults washed their hands in public ... Read More

Opening Night of Infectious: Stay Away

Highlights of the opening night of INFECTIOUS: STAY AWAY, 2009 at the Science Gallery, Trinity College, Dublin. Produced by Mahoo. Music by The Sunday Drive. Read More

Super-Resolution Microscopy Captures Molecules in Motion

A new electron microscopy technique called structured illumination microscopy for filming cellular processes, developed by scientists at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Janelia Farm Research Campus, captures up to 11 images per second at twice the resolution.
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ICAAC Boston 2010 (MWV40)

MicrobeWorld Video and This Week in Virology team up to bring you a tour of the 50th Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (ICAAC) in Boston, MA. In this episode the host of TWiV, Vincent Racaniello, speaks with exhibitors and visitors, including Professors  Read More

The link between DNA sequencing and disease diagnosis

Dr. Paul Keim, famous for identifying the anthrax strain during the anthrax letter attacks back in 2001, is featured in this video about the importance of rapid detection of disease through DNA sequencing.

Dr. Keim was also a guest on Meet The Scientist featured here at MicrobeWorld. Listen ... Read More

Amazing survival of microorganisms (video)

Hear the story of Surveyor 3, the probe sent to the moon 2 years before the moon landing and returned to Earth complete with an extremely enduring life form. Brilliant video from BBC Horizon show 'We Are the Aliens'. Read More

ASM Live Denver 2013

Be part of the studio audience for the American Society for Microbiology 2013 General Meeting's live internet talk show, ASM Live. Host Stanley Maloy, Ph.D., Professor of Microbiology and Dean of th... Read More

T4 Virus infecting a bacteria

Awesome CGI animation of a T4 virus infecting a bacterium. Read More

Food, inc. The Movie Opens This Friday

Just in time for discussions on the Food Safety Enhancement Act is the Friday opening of a new documentary called Food, Inc. From the official website - "Filmmaker Robert Kenner lifts the veil on our nation's food industry, exposing the highly mechanized underbelly that has been hidden from the ... Read More

USDA Food Saftey Video for Pregnant Women

A very important message to women who are pregnant. Listeria monocytogenes is very dangerous for anyone who is immunocompromised and it is one of few bacterial pathogens that can cross the fetal-placenta barrier and infect the fetus, usually resulting in fetal death. The USDA produced this vid... Read More

Who We Are (Part 3 of 10)

Dr. Karen Nelson and Dr. Craig Venter map the genome of Thermatoga, the microbes Dr. Karl Stetter discovered in Episode 1 of this podcast, and find convincing evidence that Thermatoga's origins are very close to the beginning of life on Earth.


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Twitter in Bioinformatics

This is a good demo on how to use the Twitter client TweetDeck to monitor real time information about bioinformatics (or any field for that matter). Read More

‘Dirt cheap’ seaweed chips spot disease

Microsponges derived from seaweed are a key component of a tiny programmable chip designed to sniff out diseases such as HIV and cancer.

The microsponges are 280-micrometer beads of agarose, a cheap, common, lab-friendly material made from seaweed and often used as a matrix for growing live c... Read More

Trichanella spiralis

Click source to view an animated clip about Trichanella spiralis from Animal Planet's Monsters inside Me program. Read More

2009 MicrobeLibrary Editor's Choice Award Winner: Mud and Microbes: a Time-Lapse Photographic Exploration of a Sediment Bacterial Community

Each year the ASM's MicrobeLibrary Visual Collection Editorial Committee presents the Editor's Choice Award to three visual resources (one animation, one still image, and one video) published over the past year. The chosen resources exemplify the criteria for publication in the MicrobeLibrary. T... Read More

Bacteria powered micromotor

Cool video of a bacteria-powered machine; 20-micrometer device that is powered by bacteria moving around in a narrow groove etched out in silicon (the green line). Read More

Halloween and H1N1

How can you stay safe from the H1N1 virus this Halloween...Jason Tetro offers some tips and advice. Read More

MUSC Professor Michael Schmidt, Ph.D, on Swine Flu (H1N1)

Michael Schmidt, Ph.D, a professor at the Medical University of South Carolina and a specialist in pandemic flu preparations, gives an overview of the Swine Flu virus and explains how it first reached South Carolina. Click Source to view. Read More

The Virus That Cures - Bacteriophage

This is an interesting documentary about superbugs, such as MRSA, antibiotic resistance and Russia's research into bacteriophage (viruses that attack bacteria) as a treatment for people with bacterial-related diseases. This video was produced in 1997 by the BBC, but despite the air date, ther... Read More

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