The latest news on bacteria
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Although the FDA has been granted more regulatory power, don’t assume your food is any safer.
A method of testing water quality relies on the swimming behavior of single-celled creatures.
In experiments, microorganisms stimulate minerals to produce hydrogen, a key fuel for growth.
Analysis reveals widespread, hidden contamination by the sometimes lethal parasites.
Microbe's genetic history charts its growing resistance to antibiotics and a vaccine.
Researchers have developed a "Social-IQ score" for bacteria.
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Animals can be trained to sniff out TB in sputum samples, adding to accuracy of microscope test.
Researchers have developed a way to study glycans with an approach they call "shotgun glycomics".