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This is in contrast to plants and animals, where gametes fuse to create a unique cell, which, upon clonal expansion, creates a multicellular organi

University of Wyoming Jun 22 2020 - 11:18

This Perspective discusses the microbial metacommunity of animal social groups, and the social and environmental forces that shape it at different

Nature Jun 22 2020 - 08:09

Prenatal stress is associated with neuropsychiatric disorders in offspring, including anxiety, depression, and autism spectrum disorders.

Medical Xpress Jun 22 2020 - 05:28

Microbes found on paintings could be instrumental in finding counterfeits and preventing decay of classics.

South China Morning Post on MSN.com Jun 21 2020 - 11:06

Before about 540 million years ago, when the age known as the Cambrian began and multicellular life rapidly diversified, the only living things on

Inside Science Jun 19 2020 - 13:47

Microbes are everywhere. Vast tracts live within our soils, in plants and the food we eat, in oceans and rivers, and of course within us.

The Daily Telegraph Jun 19 2020 - 05:00

Now, probiotics are being proposed as tiny fat bombs. So is consuming bugs a legit weight-loss tactic, or just another passing trend?

YAHOO! Jun 18 2020 - 17:07

A new study of the microbial settlers on old paintings, sculptures, and other forms of art charts a potential path for preserving, restoring, and c

Phys.org Jun 18 2020 - 09:10

Identifying and managing communities of microbes on art may offer museums and collectors a new way to stem the deterioration of priceless possessio

EurekAlert! Jun 18 2020 - 07:03

This debris is called crop residue. Using no-till and prescribed fire management are two potential ways to manage crop residue.

Science Daily Jun 17 2020 - 15:50

Cool Planet's investors include Google, BP and a consortium including General Electric, ConocoPhillips and NRG Energy.

The Business Journals Jun 17 2020 - 12:15

To help prevent the spread of coronavirus, the CDC recommends washing your hands for 20 seconds, or "Happy Birthday" sung twice.

San Diego Union-Tribune Jun 17 2020 - 09:27

(Credit: Lauren Nichols) This flour and water slurry is an incubator, providing a small home where, over the course of a couple of weeks, specific

Discover Magazine Jun 16 2020 - 14:31

UGent Center for Inflammation Research and Ghent University uncovered a new mechanism causing colorectal cancer.

Medical Xpress Jun 16 2020 - 08:55

Trials using healthy volunteers would speed up the development of a safe vaccine for everyone else.

Kaiser Health News Jun 16 2020 - 08:01

UGent Center for Inflammation Research and Ghent University uncovered a new mechanism causing colorectal cancer.

News Medical Jun 16 2020 - 07:45

For decades the world has ignored pandemic predictions from the experts. Maybe the coronavirus will change that.

National Geographic news Jun 15 2020 - 21:11

Antonio Molina and his research group at Centro de Biotecnología y Genómica de Plantas in Spain aimed to understand the role of the cell wall in th

EurekAlert! Jun 15 2020 - 10:30

Lehua Gray, a 32-year-old product manager in Austin, wants to risk her life for a coronavirus vaccine.

Houston Chronicle Jun 15 2020 - 08:59

A recent research find indicates that climate change increases the functional diversity of microbes living in streams.

Phys.org Jun 15 2020 - 08:17

They say you can't judge a book by its cover.

Phys.org Jun 13 2020 - 11:42

In 1996, scientists were convinced they had found microbial life on a Martian meteorite. The controversy over it continues to this day

Salon Jun 13 2020 - 11:02

As a result, the whales spend the winter in deep, cold seas almost completely covered in ice, often more than 100 kilometres from large stretches o

Nature Jun 12 2020 - 10:57

A new study finds that proposal to create a "microbial Noah's ark" to protect the long-term health of humanity is feasible and shoul

Phys.org Jun 12 2020 - 07:51

A new study finds that proposal to create a "microbial Noah's ark" to protect the long-term health of humanity is feasible and shoul

News Medical Jun 12 2020 - 06:59

Worried about your phone being covered in germs? You should be!

Kim Komando Jun 12 2020 - 03:35

Harvard longevity researchers in collaboration with Insilico Medicine develop the first AI-powered microbiomic aging clock

EurekAlert! Jun 11 2020 - 08:04

The ecological niche of host-associated microbes is defined by both abiotic and biotic dimensions.

Nature Jun 11 2020 - 02:15

According to a recent study, diet can affect the outcome of chemotherapy due to microbes in the gut that can trigger changes in a patient’s respons

Pharmacy Times Jun 10 2020 - 07:39

Frequently touched sites harboured multidrug-resistant microbes such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, which might persist in the hos

Nature Jun 9 2020 - 14:37

It may not be safe to return to the office — but not for the reason you think.

Crain's Detroit Jun 9 2020 - 12:22

June 9, 2020. The largest study of its kind in the U.S. shows thousands of different types of bacteria living on cellphones

Patch Jun 9 2020 - 10:32

Even if individual owners attempt to do the right thing by flushing systems, there is no guarantee they will return chloramine levels to where they

Crain's Chicago Business Jun 9 2020 - 08:27

A unique and unintended health hazard lies in wait for tenants of shuttered commercial buildings poised to reopen in the coming weeks: potentially

Crain's Chicago Business Jun 9 2020 - 08:27

Thousands of kinds of bacteria were found living on smartphones tested by the University of California, including rarely-studied 'dark matter&

i Jun 9 2020 - 07:27

Studying bacteria in a petri dish or test tube has yielded insights into how they function and, in some cases, contribute to disease.

YAHOO! Jun 9 2020 - 06:49

Scientists have married two of today's most powerful microscopy techniques to make images that pinpoint, for the first time, the identities an

Phys.org Jun 8 2020 - 12:05

Researchers from a collaboration led by the RIKEN BioResource Science Center in Japan have analyzed agricultural systems using a multiomics approac

Phys.org Jun 8 2020 - 12:03

What we eat can affect the outcome of chemotherapy -- and likely many other medical treatments -- because of ripple effects that begin in our gut,

New Hampshire Union Leader Jun 8 2020 - 11:48

What we eat has a direct effect on the outcome of medical treatments such as chemotherapy thanks to the interplay between our diets and the microbe

The Jerusalem Post Blogs Jun 8 2020 - 09:05

Researchers are developing technologies to find and grow microbes that biologists have struggled to culture in the lab.

Nature Jun 8 2020 - 06:05

Physicists have made the most realistic calculations yet of what a cyclist would look like if moving at close to the speed of light — the scenario

Nature Jun 7 2020 - 19:39

We take for granted when we flush out toilets, brush our teeth, shower, or wash clothes and dishes that the wastewater simply goes “away”, disappea

The Baltimore Sun Jun 7 2020 - 07:43

Barcoded microbes that were sprayed onto sand, soil, carpet and wood remained detectable for months, even after being exposed to wind, rain, vacuum

Nature Jun 5 2020 - 10:17

A research group from the University of California found unique microbial signatures in major classes of cancer allowing use of microbes as diagnos

News Medical Jun 5 2020 - 09:15

The first time we observed that changing the microbe or adding a single amino acid to the diet could transform an innocuous dose of the drug into a

EurekAlert! Jun 5 2020 - 08:50

They're microscopic miners.

Phys.org Jun 5 2020 - 06:17

Here’s a shocking idea: a fabric that can produce small amounts of electricity powered by movement, allowing your clothing to zap microbes and bact

Courthouse News Service Jun 5 2020 - 04:59

It's a shocking idea: a fabric that can produce small amounts of electricity powered by movement, allowing your clothing to zap microbes and b

News18 on MSN.com Jun 5 2020 - 03:08