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Bollywood actress turned author Twinkle Khanna is known for calling spade a spade.

Zee News on MSN.com Apr 1 2020 - 04:39

The process amplifies the genetic material many millions of times.

The Conversation Apr 1 2020 - 03:45

Tests in mice and humans suggest too much salt can dampen the body's response to infection.

Newsweek Apr 1 2020 - 02:50

Before the China virus -- a.k.a.

BusinessWorld on MSN.com Apr 1 2020 - 02:44

The use of CRISPRa in bacteria lacks predictive rules for identifying effective gRNA target sites.

Nature Apr 1 2020 - 02:13

But as it so often does, nature might just have a solution: bacteria.

The Scientist Mar 31 2020 - 22:29

Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley have developed a reactor that can do just that, using a mix of bacteria and a forest of nanowi

New Atlas Mar 31 2020 - 19:47

MRSA is an antibiotic-resistant staph bacteria that caused nearly 20,000 deaths in the United States in 2017.

Leafly Mar 31 2020 - 13:47

Using advanced imaging techniques, researchers revealed how different bacteria live together in communities on the human tongue.

National Institutes of Health Mar 31 2020 - 08:28

A scanning electron micrograph of a nanowire/bacteria hybrid operating at the optimal acidity, or pH. The scale bar is 10 microns.

Cosmos Mar 31 2020 - 08:05

A new multinational study has shown how the process of distinguishing viruses and bacteria could be accelerated through the use of computational me

Phys.org Mar 31 2020 - 04:47

Yearly discharge of antibiotic-resistant bacteria (ARB) was estimated.

Nature Mar 31 2020 - 02:07

Your mouth is a zoo of bacteria.

Futurism Mar 30 2020 - 10:26

Marcus DeSieno’s art project displays microscopic bacteria that are grown onto photographic film of images from space.

Washington Post Mar 30 2020 - 03:06

Indonesian actor Aldi Taher has produced an “AntiCorona” perfume line that he claims, can kill bacteria and viruses.

Malay Mail on MSN.com Mar 30 2020 - 00:22

Plastic products made with polyurethane, a synthetic chemical compound, typically end up buried in a landfill.

KRDO Mar 29 2020 - 22:34

We've come to rely on that magical little machine that makes coffee at the touch of a button.

YAHOO! Mar 29 2020 - 14:22

As the coronavirus pandemic sweeps the globe, prisoner advocates are warning of the potential for a disastrous outbreak among inmates.

Post-Bulletin Mar 29 2020 - 12:00

Along the banks of a river of human epithelial cells, flowing across your tongue, many communities of bacteria have made their homes.

ScienceAlert on MSN.com Mar 29 2020 - 02:06

According to the UN, that’s roughly the weight of the entire global population. A lot of plastic!

Mic Mar 27 2020 - 14:14

The bacterium breaks down and eats the widely used, but difficult to recycle, plastic.

The Hill Mar 27 2020 - 10:17

Sometimes they must even go without protection altogether. “We are physically bringing home bacteria and viruses,” said Dr.

Savannah Morning News Mar 27 2020 - 09:49

Symptoms tend to get better and worse, during periods of remission and relapse. The exact cause of UC is unknown.

Medical News Today Mar 27 2020 - 08:54

CORONAVIRUS are forcing more and more of the world's countries into lockdown, as the deadly COVID-19 disease continues to circulate with milli

Express Mar 27 2020 - 08:19

We often overlook headphones, but a study published in the Journal of Health and Allied Sciences shows that people who regularly use headphones can

Break.com Mar 27 2020 - 07:58

In a study published Thursday in the journal Frontiers in Microbiology, researchers reveal they have found a strain of bacteria capable of degradin

Courthouse News Service Mar 26 2020 - 17:41

Several different strains of bacteria are present in the microflora of the mouth.

News Medical Mar 26 2020 - 09:38

Jails and prisons, crowded places where social distancing is nearly impossible, are breeding grounds for contagious disease.

Dallas Morning News Mar 26 2020 - 03:42

Say what you will about magnetotactic bacteria, they’re never disoriented.

GEN Mar 25 2020 - 15:00

After a week, some of their immune cells, called neutrophils, had a greatly impaired ability to engulf and kill bacteria compared with the same tes

New Scientist Mar 25 2020 - 11:44

Using a system of pods packed full of freeze-dried fruits and veggies, you can instantly create one of over 20 smoothies, each with a tailored nutr

Forbes Mar 25 2020 - 11:00

Using a system of pods packed full of freeze-dried fruits and veggies, you can instantly create one of over 20 smoothies, each with a tailored nutr

Forbes Mar 25 2020 - 11:00

Residual antibiotics from discarded medications and other products can end up in municipal solid waste.

Phys.org Mar 25 2020 - 05:50

Little is known about the changes in soil microbial phosphorus (P) during terrestrial ecosystem management and restoration, although much research

Nature Mar 25 2020 - 03:01

During a DUI test, Grzegorz Kuprowski became upset with the officers and started coughing on them, saying "get away" and that he had &quo

Chicago Sun-Times Mar 25 2020 - 02:26

"Bacteria on the tongue are a lot more than just a random pile.

Science Daily Mar 24 2020 - 18:25

Since the discovery of penicillin in 1928 by Sir Alexander Fleming, antibiotics have saved millions of lives from fatal infections world-wide.

Medical Xpress Mar 24 2020 - 10:30

The presence of certain bacteria in a mother’s gut is linked to a decreased risk of their baby developing food allergies in the first year of life.

New Scientist Mar 24 2020 - 09:06

Lanzatech uses a process quite like brewing beer to turn CO2 from steel plants into useful products.

CNN on MSN.com Mar 24 2020 - 08:33

Myriad microbes dwell on human tongues — and scientists have now gotten a glimpse at the neighborhoods that bacteria build for themselves.

Science News Mar 24 2020 - 08:04

"Bacteria on the tongue are a lot more than just a random pile.

Phys.org Mar 24 2020 - 08:02

They have found a way to control bacteria to transport microscopic cargo.

Phys.org Mar 24 2020 - 04:17

May we introduce to you the ROCKUBOT, a sterilizing robot that can kill 99.9% of bacteria, germs, and mites in seconds.

Mashable Mar 24 2020 - 02:10

This Review highlights bacteria as biological factories in diverse applications, with an emphasis on targeted genetic engineering for the productio

Nature Mar 23 2020 - 14:47

In a study published today, a team at the University of Colorado Boulder took advantage of a new microscopic technique to follow the lives of indiv

Phys.org Mar 23 2020 - 10:33

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Irish Mirror on MSN.com Mar 23 2020 - 10:05

They have found a way to control bacteria to transport microscopic cargos.

EurekAlert! Mar 23 2020 - 09:01

Graphite nanoplatelets integrated into plastic medical surfaces can prevent infections, killing 99.99 per cent of bacteria which try to attach—a ch

Phys.org Mar 23 2020 - 08:56

In 1832, 1849, and 1852, 200 employees from a copper smelter in Paris were unaffected by the cholera outbreaks, and this caught the attention of ph

Dailypedia on MSN.com Mar 23 2020 - 08:22

Since humans do not produce vitamin K2, the enzymes that work together to produce it in bacteria are considered possible targets for new antimicrob

Phys.org Mar 23 2020 - 07:14