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Nanotechnology and Learning to Talk to Bacteria: Reginald C. Farrow, Ph.D. at TEDxNJIT

The most well-known advances in nanotechnology have led to dramatically smaller devices that provide us very fast, compact and "smart" electronics including computers, cellphones, and games. In the process we have transformed the way that we communicate with each other. Along with these advances... Read More

CRE superbug cases found in at least 43 states

New York State hospitals will be required to report cases of antibiotic resistant bacteria called CRE. The CDC reports cases have been found in 43 states. Dr. Jon LaPook reports on the efforts being made to control the spread of the superbug that can infect the weakest patients.

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Chef turns to microbiology to enhance cuisine (video)

A top New York chef teams up with Harvard scientists to explore the role of bacteria in fermentation. He hopes to better understand and tweak the process to create new and unique flavors to entice the palate. Sharon Reich reports. Read More

Science Take: Bacteria's Private Line

The first of New York Times new Science Take series examines how a kind of bacteria can organize coordinated, wavelike attacks on prey using a stealth communication system.

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"Crowdsourced" Microbes Heading to the Space Station

NASA Public Affairs Officer Dan Huot talks with Dr. David Coil about Project MERCCURI, which will study a "crowdsourced" collection of microbial samples scheduled to launch to the International Space Station aboard the SpaceX-3 mission.

Follow along with Project MERCCURI at: http://spacemicro... Read More

Max Perutz 1914-2002: 'the godfather of molecular biology' - video

Scientists who worked with the Nobel prize-winning pioneer discuss his legacy alongside footage and previously unseen interviews. Max Perutz, the Austrian-born British molecular biologist, founded the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology (LMB) at Cambridge University in the postwar years where he... Read More

Scientists raise alarm over spread of Chikungunya virus

Scientists fear the mosquito-borne virus, Chikungunya, which has infected tens of thousands of people in Papua New Guinea, could spread to Australia.

The virus, which originated in Africa, is similar to dengue and causes debilitating joint pain, rashes and fever.

Amid an outbreak of the vi... Read More

Microbiology at Home - ASM global video challenge

A microbiologist and mother of three young children shows how her fascination for microbiology impacts her family. Read More

Salmonella Outbreak Out of Control

As the government shutdown lurches on, the Centers for Disease Control struggle to curb a West Coast salmonella outbreak.


 


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ICAAC 2014 - New Targets for SARS/MERS Drugs

Middle East respiratory syndrom... Read More

Recent data an antibiotic use and bacterial resistance

A webcast from ECDC with recent data on antibiotic use and bacterial resistance. enjoy Read More

JMBE Profiles - Samantha Elliott - Editor-In-Chief

JMBE Profiles with Kari Wester is an interview series that highlights the volunteers that comprise the Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education (JMBE) Editorial Board, the authors who contribute their work, and the education innovations that bring them together.

In this first episode of th... Read More

Black Death May Have Improved European Health (video)

Researchers examined 600 skeletons in London and determined post-plague populations lived longer, healthier lives.

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Unhooking the Hookworm, a Successful Public Health Awareness Video from 1920

This educational drama was created by the International Health Board (later the International Health Division of the Rockefeller Foundation) in order to teach Southern rural communities in the United States about hookworm. Shown at fairs and other public events, "Unhooking the Hookworm" provides... Read More

Paramecium, showing contractile vacuole and ciliary motion (video)

Olympus BioScapes 2013 10th place Winner, Mr. Ralph Grimm. Paramecium, showing contractile vacuole and ciliary motion.

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Freiburg Biologists Study Unicellular Organisms that Occasionally Poison Themselves with a Toxin

The cyanobacterium Synechocystis produces toxins that often lead to its own demise. The biologists Stefan Kopfmann and Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Hess from the University of Freiburg have determined the logic governing this mechanism. The cyanobacterium Synechocystis produces several toxins. However, mo... Read More

Episode 5: Microbiology built the Pyramids!

Without the awesome power of microbes, these wonders of the ancient world would never have been built! Everyone knows about the awesome number of stone blocks and huge manpower requirements, but few know the important role that yeast had to play in building the pyramids. Read More

ICAAC 2014 - New Single-Dose Influenza Drug

An analysis of phase 2 and phase 3 clinical trials shows that a single injected dose of the neuraminidase inhibitor (NAI) paramivir is safe and effective at alleviating influenza symptoms including fever and viral shedding when administered within 48 hours of the onset of symptoms. Researcher... Read More

Enterovirus D68 sickens more than a dozen in New York

More than a dozen cases of Enterovirus D68 have been confirmed in New York state, according to officials.

"EV-D68 is causing cases of severe respiratory illness ... sometimes resulting in hospitalization, especially among children with asthma," the NYS Department of Health said in a statement... Read More

Creative Classroom: The ticks ‘come marching in’ in singing professor’s microbiology class

At the end of a recent “Medical Microbiology” class taught by Dr. Sheldon Campbell, students clapped, cheered heartily, and stomped their feet on the floor. A couple of them even shouted “Encore!”

It’s not quite the reaction one would expect from medical students who just spent 45 minutes lea... Read More
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