A brief introduction to how scientists prove that an infectious agent is a cause of disease. It discusses Koch's postulates using the imaginary disease chocolatitis and the imaginary organism Chocolobacter as an example. Read More
In episode 52 of MicrobeWorld Video, filmed at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting in Washington, D.C., on February 18, 2011, Dr. Stan Maloy talks with Diane Harper, M.D., M.P.H, Profess... Read More
Vincent and Dickson converse with Peter Hotez about global health, vaccinology, and neglected tropical diseases.
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Emily Lurie, a student at The University of Western Australia in Perth, has a nice blog called Adopt-a-Microbe in which she illustrates a particular microbe and provides some general information about it. Her work is very attractive and cute, and is ideal for teaching young people about the role... Read More
A new survey published by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press and the American Association for the Advancement of Science checks the pulse of how scientists and the public view the field of science. For example:
17% of the public thinks that U.S. scientific achievements rate a... Read More
On episode #63 of the podcast This Week in Virology, Vincent, Alan, and Rich talk about US government contract for freeze-dried smallpox vaccine, red squirrels in the UK threatened by poxvirus, and Marseillev... Read More
El Dr. Jose Carlos Rodrigues es originario de Brasil y actualmente se desempeña como profesor e investigador de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, recinto de Mayaguez. Su campo de acción es la fitopatología ... Read More
Vincent and Dickson discuss control of ma... Read More
A continuación: Gansos canadienses y Escherichia coli; parásitos de plantas y cambio climático; fármacos en el agua potable.
Gansos canadienses y Escherichia coli
La profesora de Biologí... Read More
Sorry I missed your visit to NU- my teaching duties in Evanston prevented it!
Several of my students attended both and had good reports all around. Your work on ISGs sounds like it is coming along well.
I just today l... Read More