Enzymatic recycling might offer a new method of recycling water bottles and other plastics, researchers say
How a neglected sourdough starter can go from a bubbling yeast factory to a smelly, moldy mess
A new method to stitch together DNA can assemble a virus genome in one day
Some philosophers argue that consciousness pervades the universe. But not everyone is convinced.
Researchers are still looking for ways to eliminate deadly infections and copper hospital beds may help
Drug resistance is spreading to marine wildlife, and the dangers to both animals and humans are real
The human microbiome is overflowing with more genetic information than we thought
Early next year, the Allahabad Kumbh Mela festival in India will attract 150 million pilgrims — and even more drug-resistant microbes
Or, how I came to believe in the regulation change that keeps me eating delicious dairy products without fear.
The biology behind the rare “tampon disease,” toxic shock syndrome
In many ways, these little microbes are better prepared for space travel than we are
Yes, it's as messy as it sounds
Insight into the disease’s ancient origins points toward the causes of the current epidemic
Dr. Luca Guardabassi is finding new ways to weaken drug-resistant bacteria
Bacteria-eating viruses regain interest among academia and industry
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