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Scientists are one step closer to adapting the bacteria-killing power of a naturally occurring nanomachine, a tiny particle that performs a mechani

Phys.org Apr 16 2020 - 05:53

MIT researchers have used a new type of neural network model to identify a powerful antibiotic compound that kills many of the world’s most problem

MIT Technology Review Apr 15 2020 - 06:04

Researchers have presented novel detection techniques that can successfully identify and distinguish healthy and non-viable bacteria within minutes

News Medical Apr 15 2020 - 04:07

In late summer last year my doctor prescribed a monthlong course of antibiotics for an infection.

YAHOO! Apr 15 2020 - 04:03

Under the same selection pressures, two genetically divergent populations may evolve in parallel toward the same adaptive solutions.

Nature Apr 15 2020 - 03:46

Researchers have been able to identify and track the exchange of genes among bacteria that allow them to become resistant to drugs, according to a

News Medical Apr 14 2020 - 14:04

Researchers have been able to identify and track the exchange of genes among bacteria that allow them to become resistant to drugs, according to a

Phys.org Apr 14 2020 - 09:30

"By studying the naturally existing means of antibiotic resistance, especially for a promising antimicrobial agent such as McC, we can try to

Phys.org Apr 14 2020 - 03:58

A technique developed by Purdue University scientists could allow doorknobs and other metal surfaces to be modified in a way that would kill bacter

Newsweek Apr 13 2020 - 22:11

Purafil, a leader in gas phase and air filtration for over 50 years, leads the way with innovations to capture and eliminate toxic and

PR Newswire Apr 13 2020 - 15:15

The bacterium lives in an environment without oxygen, and thanks to hydrogen cycling, it can exist independent of other species of bacteria.

Science Daily Apr 13 2020 - 10:58

Homes, offices made from germs" Wil Srubar, The Conversation - - - A hurricane strafes an office building, which then grows back its battered

Houston Chronicle Apr 12 2020 - 07:57

Biologists are working to come up with ways to grow office complexes and homes from a type of cyanobacteria that flourishes in oceans.

Washington Post Apr 12 2020 - 05:11

As there is the shortage of masks in market Komal Rizvi came forward and shared with her fans how to make budget-friendly bacteria mask at home.She

Daily Times(PK) on MSN.com Apr 11 2020 - 17:00

Don't let bacteria get the best of you. Find out which filtered water bottles are best for outdoors and tap water.

CNET Apr 11 2020 - 14:15

Probiotic supplements containing "killed" bacteria might help some people with irritable bowel syndrome find relief, a new study suggests

UPI.com Apr 10 2020 - 22:39

A bacterial enzyme found in composting heaps has been found to be partial to chowing down on more than just decaying leaves.

IFLScience Apr 10 2020 - 17:32

Within this context, the aim of this study was to compare the bacterial diversity of five different sites in a copper mine located in the Amazon bi

Nature Apr 10 2020 - 02:17

Find out why washing your hands with soap and water is the most effective way to get rid of disease-causing microorganisms.

The Star Online on MSN.com Apr 9 2020 - 20:54

Washing your hands often is a key element to staying germ-free, but none of that matters if you're not also making sure you're sanitizing

YAHOO! Apr 9 2020 - 17:13

Experts said the findings add to evidence that certain probiotics can help some people with irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS.

U.S. News & World Report Apr 9 2020 - 11:38

The work will help scientists pinpoint which populations of bacteria are tumor suppressive or tumor promoting and how, says study first author Amy

Medical Xpress Apr 9 2020 - 10:34

The antimicrobial properties of silver have been known for centuries.

Phys.org Apr 9 2020 - 05:16

The makeup of bacteria in an expectant mother's vagina may help identify which women are most at risk of giving birth prematurely, a new study

U.S. News & World Report Apr 8 2020 - 15:32

Scientists at Caltech and Occidental College have discovered a methane-fueled symbiosis between worms and bacteria at the bottom of the sea, sheddi

nsf.gov Apr 8 2020 - 09:05

Someday, microbial cyborgs—bacteria combined with electronic devices—could be useful in fuel cells, biosensors and bioreactors.

Phys.org Apr 8 2020 - 08:17

Together, these microbes from the microbiome, the term for the sum total of all the genetic material from the various microbes in the body.

Digital Trends Apr 7 2020 - 11:15

The Dyson Pure Humidify+Cool is intended to automatically purify and humidify your room all year round while killing 99.9% of waterborne bacteria a

Digital Trends Apr 7 2020 - 07:02

coli to contaminate the edible parts of plants. A Purdue University study, however, has found the presence of Shiga toxin-producing E.

Phys.org Apr 7 2020 - 06:04

Health experts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continue to drive home the message that excellent hand-washing is the most effecti

Boston Herald Apr 7 2020 - 03:27

Streptomyces bacteria make volatile compounds such as geosmin and 2-methylisoborneol that attract springtails to bacterial colonies.

Nature Apr 6 2020 - 08:16

Soil gets its characteristic earthy smell from certain chemicals produced primarily by soil-dwelling bacteria called Streptomyces.

New Scientist Apr 6 2020 - 08:11

A collaboration between the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and three other national laboratories has yielded new insight into the abil

Phys.org Apr 6 2020 - 07:11

However, a new study featuring in Science Translational Medicine suggests for the first time that such a diet could also make it harder for the imm

Iran Daily on MSN.com Apr 4 2020 - 17:00

Using certain drugs inappropriately could actually worsen future infections by bacteria that become resistant.

Popular Science Apr 4 2020 - 12:26

Using certain drugs inappropriately could actually worsen future infections by bacteria that become resistant.

Popular Science Apr 4 2020 - 12:26

Share on Pinterest Adding too much salt to meals could make it harder for the immune system to destroy bacteria in some human organs.

Medical News Today Apr 4 2020 - 04:42

A curious kind of bacteria found on the floor of the deep ocean might have a metabolism unlike anything we've seen before.

ScienceAlert on MSN.com Apr 3 2020 - 19:55

Scientists exploring deep-sea seeps, where methane bubbles up out of the seafloor, have made a discovery that changes our understanding of these my

The Verge Apr 3 2020 - 12:47

"The collection sites were not near any hydrothermal vents or sub-seafloor water channels, so researchers are confident the bacteria arrived i

Zee Business Apr 3 2020 - 02:07

There’s a silver lining here, though: the same UV light (in particular UV-C light, which has a wavelength between 200 and 280 nanometers, while vis

Forbes Apr 2 2020 - 14:06

There’s a silver lining here, though: the same UV light (in particular UV-C light, which has a wavelength between 200 and 280 nanometers, while vis

Forbes Apr 2 2020 - 13:07

In response to the urgent need for lighting in temporary hospitals, Kenall introduces the KRT Series, a portable, durable luminaire using Indigo-Cl

YAHOO! Apr 2 2020 - 12:07

Undersea volcanoes spew out red hot lava, which cools to become rock with cracks often smaller than a millimetre.

Cosmos Apr 2 2020 - 11:03

Researchers have now solved the first detailed structure of the transport protein responsible for the iron supply for the bacteria that cause tuber

Futurity News Apr 2 2020 - 09:58

If bacteria can survive inside the cracks of ancient rocks buried beneath the ocean floor, surely they can live on Mars.

UPI.com Apr 2 2020 - 09:55

But there's more. Worried about the hellstew of bacteria that lives and breeds on your screen?

ZDNet Apr 2 2020 - 09:11

Researchers have discovered new a new cellular creature within a solid rock, potentially offering new hope for the discovery of life on Mars.

SiliconRepublic Apr 2 2020 - 02:06

The process amplifies the genetic material many millions of times.

The National Interest Apr 1 2020 - 23:50

We're all trying to be instant experts on germs and bacteria right now. Here's what you need to know.

Reader's Digest on MSN.com Apr 1 2020 - 20:30