These may be our hidden weapon against antibiotic resistance in the near future.
And some scientists think that we could one day gain access to these probiotics.
Surprisingly, it was easier for us to go to the Moon than to develop such a tool.
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.
Appear weak where you are strong. Appear strong where you are weak. Show “humility in the face of natural selection.”
This could help us keep dangerous viruses at bay.
Oxygen? In this economy?! Pffff.
Is this mutiny?!
Step 1: live on hairless primate.
Step 2: wait for said primate to go to space.
Step 3: PROFIT!
Synthetic life isn’t a paradox anymore.
Shhh! I’m hunting bactewwia!
Lignin’ on a dream!
Biopesticides could protect crops against diseases without the typical downsides of synthetic chemicals.
I had a gut feeling they would.
Dirt me uuuuupppp.
The staggering biosphere living inside the crust is twice the size of that living in the oceans.
We’re flushing valuable untapped energy down the toilet.
Pull the drapes and enjoy free home sanitation, courtesy of the sun.