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20 million engineered and bacteria charged mosquitoes to be released in california 20 million engineered and bacteria charged mosquitoes to be released in California
NEWS MEDICAL VIDEO Alphabet Inc.’s Verily Life Sciences unit has come up with a plan to release around 20 million bacteria-filled engineered mosquitoes in Fresno, California. These... 4 days
'Superbugs' study reveals complex picture of E. coli bloodstream infections
SCIENCE DAILY The first large-scale genetic study of Escherichia coli (E. coli) cultured from patients with bloodstream infections in England showed that drug resistant 'superbugs' don't always out-compete other strains.... 3 days
Large-scale genetic study of E. coli illustrates complexity of drug resistant 'superbugs'
NEWS MEDICAL The first large-scale genetic study of Escherichia coli (E. coli) cultured from patients with bloodstream infections in England showed that drug resistant 'superbugs' are... 3 days
Chlorine dioxide pouches can make produce safer and reduce spoilage
PHYS.ORG Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists in Florida are helping a company develop a small plastic pouch designed to make produce safer. The pouch releases chlorine dioxide gas, which... 4 days
Tools help identify patients at risk for autism spectrum disorders
SCIENCE DAILY A tool intended to detect signs of autism in high-risk infants can be used to help identify and treat patients with tuberous sclerosis complex, a genetic disorder, who... 3 days
How 'Bad' Gut Bacteria Can Change Their Evil Ways
LIVE SCIENCE The idea that gut bacteria can either be "good" or "bad" may not tell the whole story. 3 hours
New tool can identify infants with tuberous sclerosis complex at increased risk of developing ASD
NEWS MEDICAL A tool intended to detect signs of autism in high-risk infants can be used to help identify and... 4 days
A simple bacteria reveals how stress drives evolution
PHYS.ORG A common bacteria is furthering evidence that evolution is not entirely a blind process, subject to random changes in the genes, but that environmental stressors can also play a role. 2 days
Flocking behavior among microorganisms more advanced than previously thought
NEWS MEDICAL Many animal species display flocking behavior, but the fact that microorganisms do is not as well known. Researchers at Lund University in Sweden have now shown that algae and bacteria... 5 days
A Simple Bacteria Reveals How Stress Drives Evolution
SPACE.COM A common bacteria is furthering evidence that evolution is not entirely a blind process, subject to random changes in the genes, but that environmental stressors can also play a role. 2 days
Macrophages made to engulf cancer cells in solid tumors
SCIENCE DAILY Human macrophages have been engineered to ignore the 'don't eat me' signal both healthy and cancerous cells exhibit. Combined with cancer-specific targeting antibodies, these engineered macrophages invaded and engulfed human... 2 days
Fake news: Study tests people's ability to detect manipulated images of real-world scenes
SCIENCE DAILY People can detect a fake image of a real-world scene only 60 percent of the time, and even then can only tell... 3 days
Selling $600 frogs—to save them from poachers
PHYS.ORG Poachers in Ecuador have long known the hefty prices their country's rare frogs can fetch. But now environmentally conscious firms are starting to sell the amphibians too—to try to save them from the black... 4 days
Antibiotic insight may help in battle against bacterial resistance
PHYS.ORG Bacteria or 'superbugs' that have adapted to resist multiple antibiotics are responsible for around 700,000 deaths globally a year; new types of antibiotics are urgently needed. 3 days
Antibiotic insight may help in battle against bacterial resistance
SCIENCE DAILY Bacteria or 'superbugs' that have adapted to resist multiple antibiotics are responsible for around 700,000 deaths globally a year; new types of antibiotics are urgently needed. 3 days
Genetically engineered yeast soak up heavy metal pollution
PHYS.ORG Environmental contamination with heavy metals is often the result of various types of industrial processes. Because heavy metals can be dangerous to humans and other wildlife, contaminated sites need to be cleaned... 13 hours
Bac-for good: Bacteria passed between generations benefits you more than others
SCIENCE DAILY Bacteria passed straight to children have more healthcare benefits than if they are transmitted via the surrounding environment, new research reveals. 3 days
Holographic imaging could be used to detect signs of life in space
SCIENCE DAILY Engineers say a method called digital holographic microscopy could be used to detect living microbes in space. 11 hours
Bacteria found in Alzheimer's brains
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have used DNA sequencing to examine bacteria in post-mortem brains from patients with Alzheimer's disease. Their findings suggest increased bacterial populations and different proportions of specific bacteria in Alzheimer's, compared with healthy brains. The findings may support... 4 days
Bac-for good: Bacteria passed between generations benefits you more than others
PHYS.ORG Bacteria passed straight to children have more healthcare benefits than if they are transmitted via the surrounding environment, new Oxford University research reveals. 4 days
Blood screening tests could predict Alzheimer's disease
MNT Blood screening tests to detect levels of an Alzheimer's disease marker in the blood may help to predict disease risk and even work to prevent it. 3 days
Medical News Today: Blood screening tests could predict Alzheimer's disease
MNT Blood screening tests to detect levels of an Alzheimer's disease marker in the blood may help to predict disease risk and even work to prevent it. 3 days
Researchers show how hematopoietic stem cells detect and react to infections
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers at the University of Zurich have shown for the first time that hematopoietic stem cells detect infectious agents themselves and begin to divide - that... 1 day
Engineered liver tissue expands after transplant
MIT Tiny implantable “seeds” of tissue produce fully functional livers. 2 days
[Research Articles] In situ expansion of engineered human liver tissue in a mouse model of chronic liver disease
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Innovative nanosensor for disease diagnosis
PHYS.ORG Breath pattern recognition is a futuristic diagnostic platform. Simple characterizing target gas concentrations of human exhaled breath will lead to diagnose of the disease as well as physical condition. 2 days
People with Alzheimer's May Have More Bacteria in Their Brains
LIVE SCIENCE People with Alzheimer's disease may have higher levels of bacteria in their brains compared to people without the condition, a small new study suggests. 3 days
Ultrasensitive DNA quantification by light scattering
PHYS.ORG Traces of biomolecules such as DNA can be detected with a new "dynamic" technique based on the observation of association and dissociation events of gold nanoparticles. If the desired DNA sequence is present, it can reversibly... 3 days
Bioinformatics computer programs help biologists understand intrinsically disordered proteins
PHYS.ORG Proteins are the building blocks of life and biological agents. They are drivers of growth and development and the spread of viruses and bacteria, and have key roles in disease... 11 hours
Potential role, benefits of non-rhizobia bacteria in root nodules of legume
SCIENCE DAILY Most scientific research on the root-soil interactions of legumes focuses on rhizobia and nitrogen-fixing root nodules. However, many forms of non-rhizobia bacteria are also detected in... 3 days
When evolution and biotechnologies collide
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Groundbreaking for an international neutrino experiment
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Holographic imaging could be used to detect signs of life in space
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Did Oxygen Therapy Really 'Reverse' Child's Brain Damage? Experts Are Skeptical
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The moon is front and center during a total solar eclipse
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How scientists invent new colours
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Fire ants build towers with three simple rules
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Meet the scientist who turns data into music—and listen to the sound of a neutron star
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Researchers work to improve recovery from tight shale reservoirs
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Researchers discover mice speak similarly to humans
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