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A team of planetary scientists has proposed a hypothetical life cycle that could allow microbes to survive on Venus by migrating between different

Discover Magazine Aug 13 2020 - 14:24

MICROBES buried beneath the sea floor for more than 100 million years have been brought back to life in a study with profound implications for the

Daily Express Aug 13 2020 - 07:12

The Covid-19 pandemic has tightened our social circles and narrowed the scope of our lives in ways no one imagined just a year ago.

Scientific American Aug 13 2020 - 05:08

In humans, higher oxygen levels during ventilation is tied to an altered bacterial composition in the lungs, and mouse experiments show a causative

The Scientist Aug 12 2020 - 12:38

A new model shows that the denizens of a vast, ancient biome beneath the seafloor use barely enough energy to stay alive — and broadens understandi

Quanta Magazine Aug 12 2020 - 07:55

New research suggests that the microbes make it work by expending the least possible amount of energy needed to survive—less energy than was previo

Smithsonian Magazine Aug 12 2020 - 04:20

In a paper recently published in Nature Communications, D’Hondt and his colleagues describe the remarkable revival of a small population of microbe

Orlando Sentinel Aug 11 2020 - 13:12

UNSW Science Professor Rick Cavicchioli is an expert in microbes and why they are so important—just last year, he led an urgent call for the world

Phys.org Aug 11 2020 - 06:12

Legume plants know their friends from their enemies, and now we know how they do it at the molecular level.

Phys.org Aug 7 2020 - 07:26

Biochemist Rosa Vásquez Espinoza investigates the medicinal properties of microbes flowing in a sacred boiling river.

Science Friday Aug 6 2020 - 21:07

Vaginosis is a type of vaginal inflammation caused by the overgrowth of bacteria found naturally in a woman’s vagina.

International Business Times Aug 6 2020 - 05:25

Researchers from three Maritime universities are hoping microbes collected from the bottom of a lake near an abandoned gold mine in Dartmouth, N.S.

cbc.ca on MSN.com Aug 6 2020 - 02:00

Microbes in "starter cultures" impart a distinctive tang and longer shelf life to food like sourdough bread, yogurt and kimchi through th

News Medical Aug 5 2020 - 22:19

Something that has been dormant for millions of years is unlikely to come back to life unless Herbert West injects it with a revival serum like the

Syfy Aug 5 2020 - 21:34

The mammalian gut is home to trillions of microbes which are essential for a healthy immune system and good nutrition.

News Medical Aug 5 2020 - 16:53

We thought we understood life’s minimal energy requirements – but microbes beneath the sea floor survive on hundreds of times less energy than we c

New Scientist Aug 5 2020 - 11:18

Microbes in "starter cultures" impart a distinctive tang and longer shelf life to food like sourdough bread, yogurt and kimchi through th

Phys.org Aug 5 2020 - 08:34

They found that the microbiome of the penis may play a significant role since, like the gut, the male reproductive organ hosts a bacterial colony a

New York Post Aug 5 2020 - 01:49

A new analysis published in IBIS examines whether bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms that are present in wild vultures cause disease in th

Phys.org Aug 5 2020 - 00:17

Microbes on a male’s penis may be playing a role in the transmission of bacterial vaginosis (BV), according to a new study published in the journal

Fox News Aug 4 2020 - 09:02

In ‘high containment’ laboratory facilities, scientists use precision equipment—and great care—to analyze pathogens like the coronavirus.

National Geographic news Aug 4 2020 - 02:06

Since the world is both metaphorically and, in some places, literally on fire these days, I’ve replaced doomscrolling through my feeds with somethi

Gizmodo Aug 2 2020 - 22:19

Researchers are reviving deep-sea microbes that have been dormant for millions of years, since the time of the dinosaurs.

Digital Trends Jul 30 2020 - 12:29

No one knew that single-celled organisms could live so long.

Live Science Jul 30 2020 - 05:33

Geomicrobiologist Steven D'Hondt tells Salon that the new study challenges our understanding of the "rules of life"

Salon Jul 29 2020 - 19:00

Microbes are among the earth's simplest organisms, and some can live in extreme environments where more developed life forms cannot survive.

YAHOO! Jul 29 2020 - 17:40

A prebiotic supplement that promotes good gut bacteria seems to protect against an Alzheimer’s-like disease in mice and will soon be tested in a cl

New Scientist Jul 29 2020 - 11:43

Microbes that may have been trapped in subseafloor sediment for 100 million years have been brought back to life.

Nerdist Jul 29 2020 - 11:30

Microbes buried beneath the sea floor for more than 100 million years are still alive, a new study reveals.

Science | AAAS Jul 29 2020 - 09:27

The microbes the researchers revived were from sediments deposited 101.5 million years ago A team of researchers revived ancient microbes that have

International Business Times Jul 28 2020 - 20:39

A new study revealed that scientists were able to successfully revive microbes that have been dormant since the time of the dinosaurs.

International Business Times Jul 28 2020 - 20:13

Scientists have succeeded in reviving microbes retrieved from sediment deep under the seafloor in the heart of the South Pacific that had survived

Reuters Jul 28 2020 - 13:15

Scientists have revived microbes found deep beneath the seafloor in 100-million-year-old sediment, dramatically expanding our view of where life ex

Gizmodo Jul 28 2020 - 13:13

Microbes had lain dormant at the bottom of the sea since the age of the dinosaurs

The Guardian Jul 28 2020 - 09:49

The discovery raises the “insane” possibility, as one of the scientists put it, that the microbes have been sitting in the sediment dormant, or at

Science | AAAS Jul 28 2020 - 09:23

Scientists have successfully revived microbes that had lain dormant at the bottom of the sea since the age of the dinosaurs, allowing the organisms

YAHOO! Jul 28 2020 - 09:20

For decades, scientists have gathered ancient sediment samples from below the seafloor to better understand past climates, plate tectonics and the

Phys.org Jul 28 2020 - 09:10

Scientists discover that microbes that had lain dormant in the seafloor for millions of years can revive and multiply.

Science News Jul 28 2020 - 08:25

Microbial communities below the seafloor have survived and retained their metabolic potential for up to 101.5 million years, a new study finds.

CNN on MSN.com Jul 28 2020 - 08:00

Researchers collected sediment thousands of feet deep, filtered out bacteria, and revived the cells.

Wired Jul 28 2020 - 08:00

In a study published in the peer-reviewed Proceedings of the Royal Society B, a research team led by Oregon State University oceanographer Dr.

Salon Jul 24 2020 - 15:14

The oval-shaped Lonar lake, formed after a meteorite hit the earth some 50,000 years ago, is a popular tourist hub

Mid Day Jul 23 2020 - 22:25

Thurber noted that the microbes found near the Antarctic seep actually help keep methane out of the atmosphere by consuming the gas before it can r

Global Times Jul 23 2020 - 04:30

Microbes near the seep consume methane before it reaches the air, but leak may be too shallow for this to happen

The Globe and Mail Jul 22 2020 - 21:47

Scientists have discovered an active methane seep from Antarctica's sea bed that could shed light on the potent greenhouse gas trapped beneath

Reuters Jul 22 2020 - 20:53

Bacteria in the small intestine may drive inflammation that makes it harder for children to get the calories and nutrients they need.

New York Times Jul 22 2020 - 14:11

A study says permafrost melt will accelerate a process called rhizosphere priming which was previously unaccounted for in calculating the effects o

Daily Mail Jul 22 2020 - 12:55

UD professor Kathy Coyne (right) of the College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment (CEOE), and director of the Delaware Sea Grant program, is working

University of Delaware Jul 22 2020 - 07:22

The colour of Lonar lake water in Maharashtra’s Buldhana district turned pink due to a large presence of the salt-loving ‘Haloarchaea’ microbes, a

The Hindu Jul 22 2020 - 04:40

The colour of Lonar lake water in Maharashtra's Buldhana district turned pink due to a large presence of the salt-loving 'Haloarchaea

The Tribune Jul 22 2020 - 03:27