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Dear twiv/twip/twim hosts (not really sure where this mail belongs).
I recently started reading a lot more papers than what I'm used to (school related) and I actually find it quite difficult to use them.
Of course it doesn't help that E... Read More
This episode: Figuring out which bacteria help fecal transplants work so well against C. difficile!
This episode: Bdelloid rotifers borrow genetic material from all over the place!
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I've been listening to your TWiM podcast now for a few weeks as I am a student at SDSU taking a microbial genetics class with stanley maloy. It be be ... Read More
This episode: Scientists engineer cyanobacteria to release biofuels at high temperatures!
This episode: Scientists use phages to make bacteria less antibiotic-resistant!
Vincent, Dick, Rich, Alan et al.,
A couple more visual science-type picks for you to follow on from Kathy Spindler’s pick – APoD
The stunning new Pursuit of Light video from NASA: Read More
Hello Dixon and Vincent!
Your research and real life experience is slowly getting summarized by researchers so that it can be understood by reporters (aka those who
2012 saw a surge of West Nile Virus infections, particularly in the central United States. What exactly is West Nile Virus and why do outbreaks occur?
Join us at ASM headquarters to learn more about the biology of this fascinating virus - how it moves between hosts, how the&... Read More
This episode: Helicobacter pylori seems not to be more harmful than helpful!
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Hongos que causan dermatitis seborréica hasta algunos que fueron responsables de la hambruna irlandesa: estos son algunos de los patógenos que estudia la Read More
Here's my summary of the third day of ASM2013, wherein I met with neat people and ideas.