Kitchen sponges are crawling with bacteria. Turns out that’s a good thing.
How can bacteria produce proteins when faced with a protein-production-impairing drug? We found out.
Old tricks, new ways to implement them.
Appear weak where you are strong. Appear strong where you are weak. Show “humility in the face of natural selection.”
Shhh! I’m hunting bactewwia!
Could you… please not, bacteria?
In space, no one can hear you sneeze.
When in doubt, hibernate.
The whole can be greater or smaller than the sum of its parts.
There’s an arms race going between us and bacteria. We seem to be losing — badly.
No multiplayer-evolution any longer, pleasethankyou!
Surprisingly, these bacteria survived through “random chance”.
Digging gold from dirt.
You can’t spell antibiotic without ant.
Our last line of defense just got a lot stronger.
Canadian aboriginals have been using clay to treat their ailments for centuries.
Antibiotics have potentially saved more lives than any other human invention. But bugs are catching on…
A research team has demonstrated the effectiveness of a 3-antibiotic cocktail that kills methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA, in all mice that were treated with it.
When it comes to the appendix, things are still pretty unclear, but one thing’s for sure: if you develop appendicitis, you need surgery to have your appendix removed. But now, a new study found that antibiotics could eliminate the need for an appendectomy. The appendix is a blind-ended tube connected to the cecum. Its exact role and functions are still a