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Tim Terry, the founder of Tasmanian Truffles, claims that more than 20 years ago, he found Australia's first black truffle in the soft soil of

Food & Wine May 29 2020 - 10:00

Nine Estonian scientists were listed among the top 1% of most cited scientists in the world by Clarivate Analytics at the end of 2019 – and seven o

Estonian World May 28 2020 - 18:15

Debopam Chakrabarti, an infectious disease specialist at UCF, recently received a $3.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to use

ScienceBlog May 28 2020 - 11:40

But how do you get people who are inherently secretive about where they find morels — to tell you where they find their morels?

KTOO May 28 2020 - 10:55

Sheep poo could hold the key to developing the next generatation of antiparasitic treatments that could protect Australian livestock and save the i

Phys.org May 28 2020 - 05:31

Though bacteria and viruses are both types of germs, they are very different and often confused, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.

Best Life on MSN.com May 27 2020 - 11:43

Shrimp, lobsters and mushrooms may not seem like great tools for the battlefield, but three engineers from the University of Houston are using chit

Phys.org May 27 2020 - 09:42

When I was little, my dad and I would walk behind our house in west-central Montana and stare at the ground. And then walk. Stare. Walk. Stare.

Aspen Public Radio May 27 2020 - 04:35

Not only does it deliver electricity into our homes and help clean our drinking water, but it also packs some pretty powerful antimicrobial propert

YAHOO! May 26 2020 - 12:47

Bacteria, fungi and plants sometimes produce metal-binding substances that can be harnessed, for example for the extraction of raw materials, for t

Phys.org May 26 2020 - 09:31

Fluence has been selected by Wageningen University & Research as the lighting provider for the university’s new, high-tech quarantine greenhous

Business Wire May 26 2020 - 03:00

Veteran farmers and gardeners long knew it was time to plant sensitive crops around Memorial Day. That traditional belief no longer holds.

Telegram May 25 2020 - 17:03

But 2019 was the year the earth burned.

YAHOO! May 25 2020 - 07:26

Leiden researchers have compiled information collected by scientists over the past 120 years into a database of plant-fungal interactions.

Phys.org May 25 2020 - 06:35

The world is filled with disturbing creatures that slither, crawl, and scuttle.

Gizmodo Australia May 25 2020 - 04:52

The novel coronavirus pandemic has sparked much debate on its origin, with some suggesting it may have been laboratory-grown.

News Medical May 24 2020 - 23:47

The global agricultural microbials market size is predicted to reach USD 10 97 billion by 2026 exhibiting a CAGR of 14 43 during the forecast perio

openpr.com May 24 2020 - 22:17

Composting is a useful way to repurpose yard waste, but there are certain tips for getting started to ensure a successful compost pile.

Chicago Tribune May 23 2020 - 08:16

Water treatment is the process of improving the quality of water by eliminating impurities to make it fit for drinking, irrigation or industrial us

MarketWatch May 23 2020 - 05:30

Though fairly common in horses exposed to prolonged wet weather, skin disease may be more of an issue than many horse owners and caretakers realize

Paulick Report May 22 2020 - 11:16

Surgical instruments, contaminated equipment can cause HAIs.

openpr.com May 22 2020 - 09:01

Viruses, bacteria, fungi, and parasites can all cause infections. Diagnosis of infectious diseases involves use of various

Benzinga.com May 22 2020 - 07:03

Multicellularity is one of the major transitions in evolution.

Nature May 22 2020 - 02:35

With keen botanical insight and an obsessive eye for detail, 17th century Dutch painter Rachel Ruysch fused realism and imagination in her floral c

Artsy May 21 2020 - 13:17

As we face unprecedented hurdles amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it's time to re-embrace our oldest allies on this planet, including history'

Forbes May 21 2020 - 08:17

Israel's Sonovia Ltd, which makes washable and reusable anti-viral masks, is considering going public on Nasdaq by the end of this year, its c

Reuters May 21 2020 - 00:43

Foraging for mushrooms combines love of the outdoors with food, fitness and a dash of treasure hunting. What's not to like?

Providence Journal May 20 2020 - 23:29

The ancient enemy of America's witches, the Camarilla, seemingly popped out of nowhere but their arrival has, in fact, been teased for a while

Meaww May 20 2020 - 19:07

As the coronavirus outbreak has upended daily life, morel hunting is one local tradition which has been largely unchanged by the pandemic.

My San Antonio May 20 2020 - 14:56

In honor of the platform that unearthed its existence, the fungus has officially been named Troglomyces twitteri.

Miami Herald May 20 2020 - 14:26

In honor of the platform that unearthed its existence, the fungus has officially been named Troglomyces twitteri.

Charlotte Observer May 20 2020 - 14:26

In honor of the platform that unearthed its existence, the fungus has officially been named Troglomyces twitteri.

Raleigh News & Observer May 20 2020 - 14:26

Featuring Our Corporate News Recap on “NewLeaf Brands Wholly-owned Subsidiary, Mydecine Group is Working to Build an Ecosystem of Resources Targete

Financial Buzz May 20 2020 - 13:24

The "Agricultural Microbials Market by Type (Bacteria, Fungi, Virus, Protozoa), Function (Soil Amendment and Crop Protection), Crop Type (Cere

Business Wire May 20 2020 - 04:46

The "Agricultural Microbials Market by Type (Bacteria, Fungi, Virus, Protozoa), Function (Soil Amendment and Crop

Benzinga.com May 20 2020 - 03:43

Fungie, the dolphin that has been charming visitors and locals in Dingle, Co Kerry for decades - that’s until the Covid-19 pandemic shook the world

BreakingNews.ie May 20 2020 - 02:32

Swedish foodtech start-up Mycorena had made headlines by launching their unique fungi-based protein ingredient, Promyc®. Growing at

mynewsdesk.com May 19 2020 - 22:10

A researcher from the University of Copenhagen's Natural History Museum of Denmark was checking out extreme close-ups of the North American mi

Mic May 19 2020 - 13:00

Could there be heretofore hidden indicators of a coffee plant’s climate and pest resilience, and even its flavor characteristics?

Daily Coffee News May 19 2020 - 12:06

But clinical researchers who treated COVID-19 patients are flustered: “Atypical" pneumonia would mean just pneumonia — with some "differe

Gulf News May 19 2020 - 08:37

A newly identified species of parasitic fungus has been identified by chance through a quick scroll of Twitter.

IFLScience May 19 2020 - 04:02

Warfare may be a rousing way to speechify, but it's perilous when used to describe disasters from hurricanes to viral outbreaks.

Wired May 19 2020 - 03:00

The Sedona International Film Festival presents “Encore Series” by popular demand featuring the virtual return of “Fantastic Fungi” and the

Verde Independent May 18 2020 - 07:55

How will we be able to feed 10 billion people in the not too distant future without causing widespread environmental damage? How can we stop

Armed robbery in Revesby May 18 2020 - 03:36

The hefty portobello burger is ubiquitous, and, even before the current pandemic, there was a growing interest in the everyday role that fungi play

The New Yorker May 17 2020 - 21:30

There’s evidence that trees communicate via a vast, underground network of fungal connections – we dive in to the murky world of mycorrhizal networ

BBC Focus May 15 2020 - 04:00

Well, it turns out that the faunae were not the only ones basking in their freedom.

Asia One May 15 2020 - 03:45

The evolutionary advantage of different sexual systems in multicellular eukaryotes is still not well understood, because the differentiation into m

Nature May 15 2020 - 03:12

Eukaryote-associated microbiomes vary across host taxa and environments but the key factors underlying their diversity and structure in fungi are s

Nature May 14 2020 - 09:49

This argument comes up in weed circles, since the main definition of “strain” essentially describes types of bacteria, fungi or viruses.

Westword May 14 2020 - 06:49