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The “Ants and Agriculture” exhibit in the Microbial Sciences Building closed Thursday with staff and students gathering to say their goodbyes to th

Badger Herald Jan 29 2023 - 08:53

"A week before my mother died, her house was broken into and burned down," said Mathieu Okoma Agoa, from a village in Ivory Coast.

Barron's Jan 29 2023 - 00:52

The 35-year-old is scything his way through the Australian Open in a haze of righteous fury after being deported a year ago

The Guardian Jan 27 2023 - 08:53

Cues shriek.* Pimples are a real downer, especially when you’ve just perfected your skincare game.

YAHOO!Finance Jan 27 2023 - 06:00

Mr Scobie said: "Her private secretary had said that, you know, you'll come in and you'll be like, sort of, a foreign microbe or som

Daily Express Jan 26 2023 - 12:37

Researchers reported on AGORA2, an expansion of their previously published resource, AGORA, of genomewide metabolic reconstructions of human intest

News Medical Jan 26 2023 - 05:04

Ripert is the first chef in New York City to be cooking with Nature’s Fynd, which is not seafood at all, but a protein fermented from an extremophi

Vogue Jan 26 2023 - 05:00

A new COVID-19 vaccine based on a different platform than current vaccines on the market has been tested in humans for the first time by researcher

Medical Xpress Jan 25 2023 - 06:56

Here is more about the Cordyceps fungus shown in The Last of Us television show. Is the fungal outbreak possible in real life? Read on.

augustman Jan 24 2023 - 23:48

Here is more about the Cordyceps fungus shown in The Last of Us television show. Is the fungal outbreak possible in real life? Read on.

augustman Jan 24 2023 - 23:11

Here's more about the Cordyceps fungus shown in 'The Last of Us' television show. Is the fungal outbreak possible in real life?

LifestyleAsia Jan 24 2023 - 20:22

PEOPLE editors rounded up the best beauty products of January 2023.

People Jan 24 2023 - 13:45

Mark O'Brian explains how Moderna's experimental vaccine treats, but doesn't prevent, the aggressive skin cancer.

Medicine Buffalo Jan 24 2023 - 10:34

The world population has now reached 8 billion people and tonight as many as 828M of those people will go to bed hungry

openaccessgovernment Jan 23 2023 - 07:36

The Biome Support Complex uses a proprietary filtrate of the Xycrobe ferment to provide a supplemental blend of microbe-derived proteins, polypepti

Yahoo Jan 23 2023 - 04:30

A microbe that breaks down a key digestive enzyme in the large intestine of humans and mice has been identified by RIKEN biologists.

Phys.org Jan 22 2023 - 16:00

A probiotic supplement appears to clear the body of a type of bacteria that can cause serious antibiotic-resistant infections, a new study finds.

UPI on MSN.com Jan 20 2023 - 10:46

Researchers at Mount Sinai, in collaboration with researchers at New York University, have published a study in Cell Host and Microbe that sheds li

News Medical Jan 20 2023 - 10:25

Researchers at Mount Sinai, in collaboration with researchers at New York University, have published a study in Cell Host & Microbe that sheds

Phys.org Jan 20 2023 - 09:51

A Bacillus subtilis probiotic demonstrated the ability to wipe out most Staphylococcus aureus colonization without altering the gut microbiome, a p

MedPage Today Jan 19 2023 - 14:57

Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology reveal how a methane-generating microbe can grow on toxic sulfite without becoming p

Phys.org Jan 19 2023 - 08:43

A first-of-its-kind study of microbial infection has just been published in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery (JBJS) by the renowned research t

Orthopedics This Week Jan 19 2023 - 07:55

Biome Makers is leading innovation in soil microbe discovery with BeCrop technology, the standard soil biology analysis.

agribusinessglobal Jan 19 2023 - 07:15

Media outlets have reported the encouraging findings of clinical trials for a new experimental vaccine developed by the biotech company Moderna to

Medical Xpress Jan 18 2023 - 10:40

Social contacts throughout a person’s lifetime seed the body with microbes that could influence health and disease.

Nature Jan 18 2023 - 10:32

A promising approach to control Staphylococcus aureus bacterial colonization in people-;using a probiotic instead of antibiotics-;was safe and high

News Medical Jan 17 2023 - 18:55

Vaccines are very important for older adults, as older adults are at a higher risk of severe illness, hospitalization, and death from many diseases

Health Digest on MSN.com Jan 17 2023 - 13:34

The Lancet Microbe publishes clinically relevant microbes at all scales—from the nature of the microbe (eg, antimicrobial resistance genes/plasmids

Medical Xpress Jan 17 2023 - 09:59

A promising approach to control Staphylococcus aureus bacterial colonization in people—using a probiotic instead of antibiotics—was safe and highly

Medical Xpress Jan 17 2023 - 09:57

In the past decade, researchers have begun to appreciate the importance of a two-way communication that occurs between microbes in the gastrointest

Medical Xpress Jan 13 2023 - 09:01

Health authorities are warning that the warm weather of summer could lead to the rise of toxic algae in waterways and coastal areas.

Nine News Australia Jan 12 2023 - 20:18

Developing Mucosal Vaccines for Respiratory Viruses - NIH Experts Offer Perspective on Next-Generation Approaches

Sierra Sun Times Jan 11 2023 - 14:32

Utilizing these protective molecules could potentially provide a new approach to managing the illness, which is transmitted through contaminated wa

SciTech Daily Jan 11 2023 - 02:32

That is the unassailable physics of the calories-in, calories-out theory of weight gain.

Psychology Today Jan 10 2023 - 09:26

From the tropics to the poles, from the sea surface to hundreds of feet below, the world’s oceans are teeming with one of the tiniest of organisms:

India Education Diary Jan 8 2023 - 20:40

Erica Prates has found a way to help speed the pursuit of healthier ecosystems by linking the function of the smallest molecules to their effects o

Oak Ridge National Lab Jan 6 2023 - 07:13

From the tropics to the poles, from the sea surface to hundreds of feet below, the world's oceans are teeming with one of the tiniest of organ

Phys.org Jan 5 2023 - 14:04

While promiscuity among humans is often scorned, symbiotic promiscuity can be a sign of excellent teamwork in other species.

Phys.org Jan 5 2023 - 08:25

Pages Report] Rising demand for Agriculture Industry will drive the Bacillus Thuringiensis Pesticide segment growth over the next five years.

MarketWatch Jan 4 2023 - 23:45

A research study led by scientists from the School of Chinese Medicine (SCM) at Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) has shown for the first time th

Medical Xpress Jan 4 2023 - 05:40

The Expedition 68 crew kicked off the new year with an array of microgravity research aboard the International Space Station aimed at sustaining fu

SciTech Daily Jan 4 2023 - 00:23

Testing for the presence of a single immune system molecule on nasal swabs can help detect hidden viruses not identified in standard tests, accordi

devdiscourse Jan 3 2023 - 23:27

While Paramecium was found out to consume the virus but was not found to grow on it, Halterias on the other hand not only fed but grew on the patho

in.mashable Jan 3 2023 - 05:06

MIT researchers have identified molecules found in mucus that can block cholera infection by interfering with the genes that cause the microbe to s

India Education Diary Jan 1 2023 - 20:56

A “magic mushroom” is taking a wide-range of diners — from Manhattan’s famed Le Bernardin to astronauts in outer space — on a wild trip.

New York Post Dec 30 2022 - 14:15

However, for the longest time, viruses were never on the menu – until researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln discovered an organism that

sea.mashable Dec 29 2022 - 23:10

Dr. Kerstin Elbing Geschäftsstelle Berlin Verband Biologie, Biowissenschaften und Biomedizin in Deutschland e.V.

idw Dec 29 2022 - 02:00

South Korea has reported its first death from a "brain-eating amoeba" after a 50-year-old man passed away from the rare disease after ret

International Business Times Dec 28 2022 - 03:17

Nasal rinse for kids is all over TikTok for cold and flu season. But does the practice really work?

PopSugar Dec 27 2022 - 10:50

A new method developed by ORNL for 3D printing nuclear reactor components was licensed by Ultra Safe Nuclear Corporation, a Seattle-based company s

Oak Ridge National Lab Dec 27 2022 - 04:00