This episode: Soil bacteria can help plants adapt to changing climate conditions!
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Tapetes microbianos, y observatorios microbianos: la entrevista de hoy la hacemos a la Dra. Lilliam Casillas de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Campus de Humacao, quien nos ha... Read More
This episode: Using a bacterial trick to protect pathogen proteins from radiation could help produce useful vaccines!
Vincent Racaniello and co-host Laura Piddock, Ph.D., with guests Paul Williams, Ph.D., Kalin Vetsigian, Ph.D., and David Harper, Ph.D. Read More
This episode: Scientists find a way to possibly make an HIV vaccine using bacteria!
La Dra. Zomary Flores Cruz completo sus estudios post-graduados en la Universidad de Wisconsin el 2008, y actualmente se encuentra cursando estudios post-doctorales en la Universidad de Georgia (EE... Read More
This episode: Ant-zombie fungal parasite is counter-parasitized by another fungus!
This episode: Bacterial enzymes are good for making nanomagnets for computers!