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A machine learning approach can predict bacteria's pH preferences from their genomes.

SciTech Daily Apr 28 2023 - 11:00

Researchers at the University of Waterloo have developed a new technique that uses microbes to recover metals and store carbon from mine tailings.

Mining Apr 28 2023 - 05:04

Human skin is home to millions of microbes.

India Education Diary Apr 28 2023 - 03:59

It was tricky to find specific bugs associated with specific foods, but the presence of one particular microbe was a strong indicator of whether or

MIT Technology Review Apr 28 2023 - 01:50

The balance of microbes in the human gut varies substantially from morning to night and even more by season—with profound fluctuations completely t

Medical Xpress Apr 27 2023 - 21:00

A machine-learning approach can give scientists insight into the environmental preferences of microbes, based only on their genes.

Science Daily Apr 27 2023 - 16:59

Iceland's Fagradalsfjall volcano provided scientists with a rare opportunity to study how microbes colonize cooling lava.

Forbes Apr 27 2023 - 12:02

While it’s important to consume added and refined sugars in moderation, this neither means that you must nor should rid your diet of *all* sources

Well+Good on MSN.com Apr 27 2023 - 07:20

A study published earlier this month found centenarians in China carry microbes associated with youthfulnesses in their microbiomes.

Inverse on MSN.com Apr 27 2023 - 03:00

Researchers have developed a new mining technique which uses microbes to recover metals and store carbon in the waste produced by mining.

Science Daily Apr 26 2023 - 17:00

The FDA approved Vowst for patients who have already taken a course of antibiotics, which can tame acute C.

The Boston Globe on MSN.com Apr 26 2023 - 15:27

If the bacteria with which someone is infected are antibiotic-resistant, physicians need to know so as soon as possible, so they can take the appro

New Atlas Apr 26 2023 - 10:19

Danone’s corporate venture arm has taken a stake in Imagindairy, a startup making ‘animal-free’ dairy proteins via precision fermentation

Ag Funder News Apr 26 2023 - 09:46

Microbes are just about everywhere, from the soil to the air to Arctic ice to oceans, lakes, and rivers—not to mention all over your body and the p

Phys.org Apr 25 2023 - 15:55

There’s nothing like a terrifying science story to turn everything you thought you knew about life on its head.

Indy 100 on MSN.com Apr 25 2023 - 09:06

Have you ever dreamed of having your own Grand Designs moment?

techxplore Apr 24 2023 - 08:11

Unlike traditional fertilizers, which provide NPK to the plants and soil, they rely on living microbes to develop symbiotic relationships in the rh

Forbes Apr 24 2023 - 03:50

All these make life processes difficult.

The Hindu Apr 22 2023 - 14:15

Bacteria can easily exchange genetic information in a process called horizontal gene transfer.

Labroots Apr 22 2023 - 09:51

Like other animals in the wild, the big animals that roam Alaska’s largest city are carrying bacteria that cannot be killed by commonly used medici

Alaska Public Media Apr 21 2023 - 12:09

A new research study describes a previously unknown chemical process for removal of uranium from groundwater.

Phys.org Apr 21 2023 - 06:55

Groundbreaking RExMap database enables species-level mapping of gut microbes, revealing a core set of fifteen microbes shared by humans across the

News Medical Apr 20 2023 - 22:36

A research initiative co-led by Nobel laureate Jennifer Doudna, PhD, has been awarded $70 million to address health and climate challenges by combi

GEN Apr 20 2023 - 21:54

Microbes that look like strange deep-sea creatures are turning out to be a missing link in the story of how we got here.

The Boston Globe Apr 20 2023 - 11:59

In the arid regions of the American Southwest, an unseen world lies beneath our feet.

Phys.org Apr 20 2023 - 11:22

Fermented foods are often among the top nutritional suggestions for gut health, since they contain probiotic bacteria that are believed to have ben

Lifehacker on MSN.com Apr 20 2023 - 10:30

A robust discussion at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference (AAIC) 2019 in Los Angeles will include five expert speakers with

News Medical Apr 20 2023 - 09:06

Chinese researchers assessed the causal relationships between the human microbiome and longevity, finding certain types of microbes were related to

Новости Украины Apr 19 2023 - 05:58

Cultivarium Announces Collaboration with ATCC to Expand Repertoire of Microbes Available for the Bioeconomy Apr 18, 2023 (PRNewswire via COMTEX) --

MarketWatch Apr 18 2023 - 04:46

Specialized microorganisms that are found in only one type of environment turn out to occur there in relatively low but stable numbers.

India Education Diary Apr 15 2023 - 00:36

They also build important soil structure. Bacteria and fungi attracted by the plant are, in turn, eaten by nematodes and protozoa.

Alaska Dispatch News Apr 14 2023 - 18:24

An international research team is investigating nanowires in methane-producing and consuming microbes to understand how these filaments enable elec

SciTech Daily Apr 14 2023 - 13:56

Umeå University researchers have found that among the many factors that shape the intestinal microbiota composition, diet has a much stronger impac

Phys.org Apr 14 2023 - 10:20

They also build important soil structure. Bacteria and fungi attracted by the plant are, in turn, eaten by nematodes and protozoa.

Alaska Dispatch News Apr 14 2023 - 08:17

Earth has something like a trillion species of bacteria, fungi, archaea, and protozoa—the families of life grouped under the general heading of “mi

The Atlantic Apr 13 2023 - 01:15

On Earth, viruses are the most plentiful and varied forms of life, inhabiting every environment.

SciTech Daily Apr 13 2023 - 00:44

Jonathan Kennedy argues that germs have shaped our world more than humankind has — and it’s time we took notice

The Financial Times Apr 12 2023 - 07:30

Soil stores more carbon than plants and the atmosphere combined, and soil microbes are largely responsible for putting it there.

Science Daily Apr 11 2023 - 17:00

Around 10% of the world's land, or 5.8 million square miles, is<br />covered in glacial ice.

Mena FN Apr 10 2023 - 11:49

Microbiologist Gaël Erauso studies microorganisms from the deep ocean to learn how they evolved from prebiotic organic molecules billions of years

Nature Apr 10 2023 - 04:40

Barry: You can do it. Karen, go ahead.

Scientific American Apr 10 2023 - 04:31

Here’s a new weekly podcast about organic gardening with longtime Alaska garden and growing columnist Jeff Lowenfels.

Alaska Dispatch News Apr 10 2023 - 03:00

Earth's atmosphere and oceans are heating up beyond any previous point in human history, triggering a cascade of changes around the planet tha

ScienceAlert on MSN.com Apr 8 2023 - 17:00

I mean, fungus is definitely something that we found, we actually do have the Last of Us award for this sample that grew the biggest fungus,"

WFMZ-TV Apr 7 2023 - 14:30

Here’s a new weekly podcast that dives deep into organic gardening with longtime Alaska garden and growing columnist.

Alaska Dispatch News Apr 7 2023 - 05:57

In the ocean alone viruses are ten times more abundant than microbes.

Phys.org Apr 6 2023 - 08:37

In the ocean alone viruses are ten times more abundant than microbes.

EurekAlert! Apr 6 2023 - 08:02

The Yanomami people of the Amazon have the world’s most diverse gut microbiome – and David Good, who is half Yanomami, thinks it might hold the clu

New Scientist Apr 6 2023 - 02:05

Global Solar-Powered Microbes Market research report 2023 provides comprehensive information about market overview, modern trends, demand, and rece

MarketWatch Apr 5 2023 - 23:57

Researchers at the University of Turku, Finland, found that even very low levels of glyphosate-based herbicide residues have a negative effect on e

EurekAlert! Apr 5 2023 - 17:00