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Antibiotic-resistant infections pose a serious threat to human health, which is expected to get worse.

Labroots Jan 22 2022 - 07:53

For the exercise, the researchers analyzed the microbiomes of 26 mobile phones from healthcare staff - with some surprising results.

Digital Journal Jan 21 2022 - 15:35

Though they may be small, microorganisms are the most abundant form of life in the ocean.

Phys.org Jan 21 2022 - 07:14

Dams and deforestation have chipped away at the millions of cubic meters of wood that flow through rivers and out to sea.

Eos Jan 21 2022 - 04:55

Some of the world's deadliest microbes are proving no match to a new sustainable disinfectant made from sawdust and water, according to resear

Medscape Jan 20 2022 - 13:08

Antimicrobial resistance is spreading rapidly worldwide, and has even been likened to the next pandemic – one that many people may not even be awar

The Conversation Jan 20 2022 - 06:28

Larry Clarke, CEO, NanoGuard Technologies, recently discussed how the company's technology works to decontaminate food.

Waste360 Jan 20 2022 - 05:29

A new, sustainable disinfectant made from sawdust and water can knock out more than 99 percent of some disease-causing microbes, including anthrax

Science News Jan 19 2022 - 19:40

Solid data on antimicrobial resistance are important to have.

STAT Jan 19 2022 - 16:05

NASA's Curiosity rover has found some interesting organic compounds on the Red Planet that could be signs of ancient Mars life, but it will ta

Live Science on MSN.com Jan 19 2022 - 09:27

The Leibniz Institute DSMZ German Collection of Microorganisms and Cell Cultures GmbH and the Costa Rican National Commission for Biodiversity Ma

Middle East North Africa Financial Network Jan 19 2022 - 02:41

NASA scientists compared the data to chemical signatures of biological processes on Earth and found some similarities to billion-year-old microbes

Smithsonian Magazine Jan 18 2022 - 13:43

NASA's Curiosity rover has found some interesting organic compounds on the Red Planet that could be signs of ancient Mars life, but it will ta

Space.com on MSN.com Jan 18 2022 - 12:03

Scientists present three possible explanations for what seems to be a very unusual carbon cycle on the red planet.

The Jerusalem Post Blogs Jan 18 2022 - 09:05

Study uncovers geochemical processes that formed organic compounds millions of years ago, at a time when the red planet still had liquid water

Chemistry World Jan 17 2022 - 06:20

Eagle Genomics, the Deep Tech software business pioneering the application of network science to biology, and the Quadram Institute, a world-leadin

PharmiWeb Jan 17 2022 - 02:41

The first and foremost of the bacteria in a bokashi mix are Lactobacillus.

Yahoo Jan 15 2022 - 09:34

According to microbiologist and researcher Kiran Krishnan and auto-immune expert Dr.

Traverse City Record-Eagle Jan 15 2022 - 05:00

Eagle Genomics, Quadram Institute ink partnership to accelerate microbiome analysis through AI-augmented knowledge discovery platform: Cambridge Sa

Pharmabiz Jan 15 2022 - 00:30

The fight against Covid goes on through vaccines… This Monday December 20, the European Medicines Agency announced they have approved marketing aut

Paris Jan 15 2022 - 00:28

Fermentation is the alchemy of the drinks world.

Belfast Telegraph Jan 14 2022 - 22:00

The list of ACV benefits on the internet is seemingly endless. Read up on the most likely perks that the vinegar has to offer.

YAHOO!News Jan 14 2022 - 05:30

A new study from the University of Bergen shows that patients with Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) have a different composition of microbes in

News Medical Jan 13 2022 - 15:36

Plants encounter microbes all the time, in the air, water, and soil.

Phys.org Jan 13 2022 - 09:36

Intestinal bacteria contribute to the effect of stimulating environments on the brain’s ability to adapt, a study concludes.

The Scientist Jan 13 2022 - 08:56

Dr. Maitrayee DasGupta’s lab has focused on revealing the molecular mechanisms of early nodule development in peanut.

EurekAlert! Jan 13 2022 - 08:39

Meat is responsible for roughly twice the greenhouse gas emissions of plant-based food.

New Scientist Jan 13 2022 - 06:23

After detecting microbial contamination, Lohxa, a Worcester, Massachusetts-based drug repackager, is recalling one lot of Senna Syrup 8.8mg.5mL, un

FiercePharma Jan 13 2022 - 05:40

Microbiologists show that methanogenic archaea do not always need to form methane to survive.

Science Daily Jan 12 2022 - 14:33

This field is so new that just a few years ago there was only one published study on this subject.

Grist Jan 12 2022 - 10:08

A study led by microbiologists at TU Dresden shows that methanogenic archaea do not always need to form methane to survive.

Phys.org Jan 12 2022 - 06:37

Biofuels are a key component of a clean energy future, and the soil is more important than the crop.

Forbes Jan 11 2022 - 04:00

A previously unknown biological pathway allows a widespread type of oceanic archaeon to release both oxygen and nitrogen in the dark – the first ti

Chemistry World Jan 11 2022 - 02:28

Researchers have discovered that a common member of the human gut microbiome has a specific preference for blood group A antigens.

Medical Xpress Jan 10 2022 - 06:48

Researchers have discovered that a common member of the human gut microbiome has a specific preference for blood group A antigens.

News Medical Jan 10 2022 - 05:10

In just under a week, Columbia Space Initiative (CSI) will board the International Space Station (ISS).

India Education Diary Jan 9 2022 - 18:05

Yet it was by accident that Jeffries and Kelleher turned their efforts a few years later to a different global environmental problem: palm oil.

Mother Jones Jan 9 2022 - 03:00

Scientists say there would be no oxygen on Earth were it not for sunlight: the key component in photosynthesis.

The Hindu Jan 8 2022 - 06:35

Harvesting this vegetable oil is a huge driver of deforestation. Numerous startups are taking up the daunting task of engineering it instead.

Wired Jan 8 2022 - 05:00

New findings may help researchers hone predictions for where phytoplankton will migrate with climate change.

SciTech Daily Jan 8 2022 - 04:03

The deep-sea neighborhoods around hydrothermal hot spots are a party of productivity, especially compared to the majority of the seafloor.

Eos Jan 7 2022 - 05:11

With more than 5,000 research stations, increased tourism, and a warming planet, it is becoming difficult to protect Antarctica from invasion.

Big Think Jan 6 2022 - 22:16

There is more going on in the deep, dark ocean waters than you may think: Uncountable numbers of invisible microorganisms go about their daily live

News Medical Jan 6 2022 - 17:39

There is more going on in the deep, dark ocean waters than you may think: Uncountable numbers of invisible microorganisms go about their daily live

Phys.org Jan 6 2022 - 11:00

Almost all of the oxygen on Earth is produced via photosynthesis, but now biologists have discovered a microbe that has its own way of generating t

New Scientist Jan 6 2022 - 11:00

Unilever is partnering with microbiome experts at Holobiome to identify food and beverage ingredients that could positively impact ‘mental wellbein

FoodNavigator Jan 6 2022 - 08:10

The Real Time Pcr Qpcr Market is stipulated to grow at a remarkable rate In Upcoming Years.

Medgadget Jan 6 2022 - 06:07

Unilever has partnered with gut microbiome company Holobiome to identify food and drink ingredients that could have a positive impact on mental wel

Dairy Reporter Jan 6 2022 - 03:28

Talk to Alysia Montano, Olympic runner and founder of the non-profit &Mother, about mothering, working, and how she "does it all" for

Yahoo Jan 6 2022 - 03:00

They have developed a ‘smart’ food packaging material that is not only biodegradable but also kills microbes harmful to humans.

Industry Tap Jan 6 2022 - 02:07