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TWiV 438: Drs. TWiV go to Washington

On the eve of the March for Science, the TWiV team gathers at ASM Headquarters in Washington, DC with guests Stefano and Susie to talk about the state of science communication.


Hosts: Vincent Racaniello... Read More

The Eyes Have It: Visual Aids for Infectious Disease Diagnostics

Examining histology or microscopy images, combined with a patient history, can help clinicians provide a proper infectious disease diagnosis. Practice your diagnostic skills by viewing the Journal of Clinical Microbiology Photo Quiz and ASM Case Study resources in this week's Bugs & Drugs. Read More

BacterioFiles 290 - Lichens' Little Lodgers

I'm back! This episode: Lichens, long known to be a partnership between fungi and algae, now discovered to have an important third member!


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TWiM #151: Bat and moth antimicrobials

The TWiMsters discuss potential new sources of antimicrobial compounds from unusual places: the skin of bats and the intestines of moths.


Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Read More

The surprising plasticity of the SSV1 archaeal viral genome

SSV1 is an archaeal virus found in the hot, acidic waters where its Sulfolobus bacterial hosts reside. Researchers have found its genome is surprisingly tolerant of mutation, including loss of one of its structural capsid genes, despite these harsh conditions. Read more about the manipulation of... Read More

TWiV 439: The purloined envelope

Paul Bieniasz joins the TWiV team to talk about the co-option, millions of years ago, of an endogenous retrovirus envelope protein by hominid ancestors for host defense against viral infection.


Hosts: Vince... Read More

TWiV 440: I hardly noumeavirus

No problem not being nice to Dickson in this episode, because he's absent for a discussion of a new giant virus that replicates in the cytoplasm yet transiently accesses the nucleus to bootstrap infection.


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BacterioFiles 291 - Pseudomonas Cyanide Supplies Seed Sustenance

This episode: Cyanide-producing bacteria help plants grow, not by harming pathogens but by freeing up nutrients!


(8.5 MB, 9.25 minutes)


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Rijavec T, Lapanje A. 2016. Read More

BacterioFiles 292 - Testing Tardigrade Tolerance Tricks

This episode: Tiny super-resistant animals, tardigrades, make proteins that can directly shield DNA from radiation!


(7.3 MB, 8 minutes)


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TWiV 441: Don't ChrY for me influenza

The Beacons of Viral Education (aka the TWiVoners) reveal a cost of being a male mouse - the Y chromosome regulates their susceptibility to influenza virus infection.


Hosts: Vincent Racaniello,&nbs... Read More

Scientists Identify Novel Technique to Build Better Vaccine Adjuvants

At the University of Maryland, Baltimore, researchers are using a practical method, bacterial enzymatic combinatorial chemistry (BECC), to generate functionally diverse molecules that can potentially be used as adjuvants. We spoke with the scientists involved to discuss the results and applicati... Read More

mSphereDirect: A Publishing Experiment Starts To Yield Results

In January, ASM launched a publishing experiment, mSphereDirect, which allows scientists to control the review process and speed up the time-to-publication after submission. To answer questions about its users and user experience, we gathered preliminary data by speaking with the scientists who ... Read More

BacterioFiles 293 - Millet Microbe Makes Meshes

This episode: Bacteria in finger millet roots create special killing traps for damaging fungi!


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Freshman Biology, #SciArt, and The Amoeba Sisters

In this post from my microbiology/education blog, I describe another "artistic" approach to learning introductory biology. Two fine #SciArt communicators, "The Amoeba Sisters," offered to judge some of the artwork my first year biology students created. Read More

TWiM #152: Wooden steps

The TWiMmers get cozy with symbionts: the bacteria that allow a giant shipworm to oxidize sulfur, and algae that live within salamander cells.


Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Michael Schmidt, ... Read More

The Mission of the USA/Canada Lions Leadership

To develop leaders, motivate and educate attendees, provide an open
exchange of ideas, and support programs and goals of Lions Clubs International.

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TWiV 442: The New York Tim

Freelance science journalist Tim Requarth joins the TWiVers to explain why scientists should stop thinking that explaining science will fix  information illiteracy.


Hosts: Vincent Racaniello,&... Read More

BacterioFiles 294 - Bacteria Benefit Bad Burns

This episode: Probiotic bacteria prevent deadly infections in mice with serious burns!


(6.3 MB, 6.92 minutes)


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Journal Paper:

Argenta A, Satish L, Gallo P, Liu F, Kathju S. 2016. Read More
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