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These convenient knife holders seem like the perfect solution for cleaner knife storage—but are they as great as they seem?Magnetic knife holders h

Better Homes and Gardens on MSN.com Mar 10 2023 - 04:10

The team of scientists found that, whether born vaginally or via cesarean section, babies receive essential microbes from their mothers.

GEN Mar 10 2023 - 04:01

A little help from mom can help babies delivered via C-section make up for the critical bacterial exposure they miss at birth

Time on MSN.com Mar 9 2023 - 12:47

With the right deodorant formulated just for people with smelly armpits and similar issues, you will be able to greet the world with wide open arms

Outlookindia Mar 9 2023 - 08:07

Evogene Ltd. (NASDAQ: EVGN) (TASE: EVGN) 2022 revenue was $1.7 million, an increase of 80% compared to $930,000 in 2021.

Benzinga on MSN.com Mar 9 2023 - 07:18

Highly nondegradable chemicals such as PFAS and pesticides can have useful properties in some situations, but are extremely difficult for nature to

Phys.org Mar 9 2023 - 06:31

Keanu Reeves has responded to news that a microbe-killing molecule has been.

YAHOO!News Mar 8 2023 - 20:04

Our friends from Davie Co. Animal Services joined us virtually to help Miss Carmine find a loving home.

WXII 12 NEWS on MSN.com Mar 8 2023 - 09:53

Bacteria typically spread via faeces was found on numerous kitchen items in offices during an scientific investigation

Leicester Mercury on MSN.com Mar 8 2023 - 08:11

A research team from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) has developed the world's most productive chemical synthesis,

Phys.org Mar 8 2023 - 08:00

Mothers supply essential microbes that seed their baby's microbiome even when children are born via caesarean section, a new study suggests.

ABC Health on MSN.com Mar 8 2023 - 08:00

Researchers say that infants born via cesarean section receive only slightly fewer microbes from the mother and that difference can be made up by b

Healthline Mar 8 2023 - 00:08

Do cesarean-born babies miss out on essential microbes?

EurekAlert! Mar 7 2023 - 15:59

Sterile drug manufacturing is a high-risk operation and to manage these risks, drug manufacturers need to “tightly control” a multitude of variable

RAPS Mar 7 2023 - 13:37

Emojis are part of a science communicator’s arsenal. Computational chemist Andrew White describes how and why he submitted an application.

Nature Mar 6 2023 - 12:56

A US woman diagnosed with the highly contagious bacterial infection tuberculosis has been found in civil contempt after repeated refusals to follow

ScienceAlert on MSN.com Mar 6 2023 - 09:00

Boosting our odds of finding traces of life depends on looking in the right tiny patch of sediment, according to a new study.

Inverse on MSN.com Mar 6 2023 - 08:01

Stanford University engineers developed a laser technique to detect and identify bacteria in fluids such as blood and wastewater in just minutes.

Interesting Engineering Mar 6 2023 - 07:34

Researchers performed a meta-analysis analyzing randomized controlled trials (RCTs) that evaluated the effectiveness of coronavirus disease 2019 (C

News Medical Mar 6 2023 - 06:05

Some biologicals are sensitive to the other components in a liquid tank, and that includes water,” Sible says.

AgWeb Mar 6 2023 - 06:00

The Florida Department of Health announced this week that a man in the state has died after being infected by a microbe that damages brain tissue

New Scientist Mar 3 2023 - 07:30

They’ve been on the planet for around 83 million years, and their giant ancestor Deinosuchus is believed to have even dined on dinosaurs.

New Atlas Mar 2 2023 - 23:07

This is, of course, an extremely unpleasant thought but one which could indicate that people are simply not washing their hands thoroughly – or at

Liverpool Echo on MSN.com Mar 2 2023 - 22:00

The White House on Thursday said the Biden administration does not know what is causing the apparent poisoning of schoolgirls in Iran and called fo

ABC on MSN.com Mar 2 2023 - 16:25

Shine a laser on a drop of blood, mucus, or wastewater, and the light reflecting back can be used to positively identify bacteria in the sample.

Phys.org Mar 2 2023 - 08:38

Legume nodulation is the powerhouse of biological nitrogen fixation (BNF) where host-specific rhizobia dominate the nodule microbiome.

Frontiers Mar 1 2023 - 21:23

Do not treat your child with potato juice if they have severe strep throat symptoms,” Dr. Idrees Mughal warned.

New York Post on MSN.com Mar 1 2023 - 18:20

Iran: New gas attacks are suspected on at least 10 girls' schools in Iran on Wednesday.

India TV Mar 1 2023 - 10:29

Scientists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst have developed a biosensor that is based on protein nanowires that are created by bacteria.

Medgadget Mar 1 2023 - 08:55

But it also owes to the defining new force of international politics: innovation power.

Foreign Affairs Feb 28 2023 - 21:25

For months, schoolgirls in Iran have been overpowered, some hospitalized, by suspected noxious fumes in their classrooms.

Seattle Times Feb 28 2023 - 18:27

The poisonings come as getting verifiable information out of Iran remains difficult given the crackdown on all dissent stemming from the protests a

Mercury News Feb 28 2023 - 17:15

The CDC released an health advisory warning of the rise of drug-resistant Shigella, a bacteria that causes GI infection.

Inverse Feb 28 2023 - 12:01

Officials in Iran initially dismissed these incidents, but now describe them as intentional attacks involving some 30 schools identified in local m

The Mirror Feb 28 2023 - 09:36

Up to 400 pupils at around 30 schools are said to have been affected by the "deliberate" attacks, with some needing hospital treatment af

Sky Feb 28 2023 - 09:18

The attacks have raised fears that other girls could be poisoned apparently just for seeking an education — something that’s never been challenged

Alaska Dispatch News Feb 28 2023 - 08:02

For months, hundreds of young girls attending different schools in Iran have become overpowered by what are believed to be noxious fumes wafting in

PBS Feb 28 2023 - 07:31

Hundreds of young girls attending different schools in Iran have become overpowered by what are believed to be noxious fumes wafting into their cla

YAHOO!News Feb 28 2023 - 07:03

Hundreds of Iranian schoolgirls across multiple schools were poisoned by fumes wafting into classrooms.

Fox News Feb 28 2023 - 06:54

Anny Chung studies the smaller things in life — microbes in plants and soils, to be exact.

YAHOO!News Feb 27 2023 - 14:13

It's not "The Last of Us," but it sure is weird.

Popular Science Feb 27 2023 - 12:00

Sam Piccolotti went a different direction.

Yahoo Feb 27 2023 - 05:00


Washington Examiner on MSN.com Feb 27 2023 - 03:29

In her beautiful and heartbreaking sculpture exhibit, “I Am One of Those Animals,” Columbus artist Carmen Ostermann captures the magnificence of bi

Yahoo Feb 26 2023 - 07:05

We are constantly surrounded by a vast jungle of tiny creatures we can't see.

NPR Feb 24 2023 - 08:10

Scientists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst have produced a nanowire that can be grown by common bacteria and tuned to “smell” chemical t

Interesting Engineering Feb 24 2023 - 07:09

The bodies of two Bronze Age brothers have been discovered in an ancient tomb in Israel, and they bear a mysterious disease that has left scientist

Newsweek on MSN.com Feb 22 2023 - 11:00

Yes, natural immunity will fade over time, but so does the protection provided by vaccines.

National Review Feb 22 2023 - 07:50

Are you one of the lucky ones? Hmmm ... Certainly not by lottery results standards!

The Daily News Feb 21 2023 - 18:00

Vegan Collagen Powder Market 2023 Will Provide Report Analysis that quickly emerging as one of the [Pharma & Healthcare] category in the indust

MarketWatch Feb 21 2023 - 16:50