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
This episode: Scientists engineer cyanobacteria to release biofuels at high temperatures!
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.
This episode: Plant viruses work together to infect better!
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Dick Despommier is often talking about the importance of ecology when understanding parasitism. Does he have any suggestions for good introductory texts to the subject for someone of my lowly level?
I recently came across this article, which led me... Read More
This episode: A strain of E. coli helps reduce severity of Salmonella infection by competing with it for iron in the gut!
This episode: Some bacteria respond to attacks from other bacteria with their own deadly strike!
This episode: Fungi are found living deep under the sea!
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