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Bacteria with multicolor vision
MIT Red, green, and blue light can be used to control gene expression in engineered E. coli. 17 hours
Scientists investigate how the sense of smell works in bacteria
PHYS.ORG Scientists from MIPT, in collaboration with international colleagues, have proposed a universal mechanism for the sense of smell in bacteria. The researchers obtained the structure of the NarQ... 5 days
Rethinking role of viruses in coral reef ecosystems
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Multi-protein biomarker blood test to detect breast cancer can potentially reduce use of biopsy
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Bacteria can paint with light, thanks to genetic engineering
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Modifying cell wall can increase bacterial lipids
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Triple combination of ineffective antibiotics provides new weapon to fight against super bacteria
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Ancient genetic markers in sockeye salmon can help manage healthier fish stocks
SCIENCE DAILY A recent study identifies new genetic markers in sockeye salmon that can help improve management of fish populations. 1 day
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Healthy fatty acids can suppress dangerous listeria bacterium
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Labeling a bacterial cell 'jacket': Team invents scientific method to track cells implicated in immune diseases
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Body fat can help treat bone joint injuries and osteoarthritis
NEWS MEDICAL Body fat now can help treat bone joint conditions, including injuries and osteoarthritis – the type of arthritis caused by wear and tear in tissue between joints, which... 1 week
Sub-zero waters a barrier to oil spill recovery
PHYS.ORG Sub-zero temperatures in the deep waters of the North Atlantic would significantly hamper the ability of oil-eating bacteria to help the ocean recover from a major oil spill, according to new research. 3 days
Can bitcoin’s cryptographic technology help save the environment?
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Biofilm discovery suggests new way to prevent dangerous infections
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New Neliota project detects flashes from lunar impacts
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Chemical potential effect found to depend on electronic structure of material
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Mice study may help explain why dieting can be inefficient way to lose weight
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Luminous bacteria will help to measure radioactivity
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New Map Tracks Germs' Travels Around Hospitals
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Here's how we can detect plants on extrasolar planets
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Bioelectricity new weapon to fight dangerous infection
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New, highly-detailed hay fever map of Britain may help allergy sufferers avoid hotspots
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Vitamin D supplements in pregnancy could help protect children against asthma
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Nonlocally sensing the magnetic states of nanoscale antiferromagnets with an atomic spin sensor
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Cognitive behavioral therapy can help cure many common phobias
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Probiotics could help improve gut symptoms and psychological issues in IBS, study shows
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The mystery of quantum computers
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New technique could increase success rate, life span of implantable devices
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'As soon as I could walk, I started to collect rocks'
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Launch of space-debris-removal experiment delayed due to safety reviews
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Designing games that change perceptions, opinions and even players' real-life actions
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