Latest microbiology News

Small Protein, Big Impact
Typhoid’s relative may be key to curing disease
Bacterial enzyme structure opens door for new antibiotics
Most common organism in oceans harbors a virus in its DNA
New gut-brain link: how gut mucus could help treat brain disorders
Otago and ESR collaboration gets funding to track COVID-19 spread and evolution in NZ
Green production of mandelic acid
Sugar turns brown algae into carbon sinks
Senior seeks to honor mentor’s memory with cancer research
Grant will help ISU scientists break new ground in gene editing
Rice engineer wins grant to study temperature and coronavirus
Council venue becomes pop-up PPE factory during pandemic
Light drives injection
Photosynthesis in a droplet
Greenacres Biodynamics now Official Australian & New Zealand Distributor of 100% Natural Complete Balanced Soil Re-mineralisation Product SeaAgri SEA-90
Online tutor helps general public turn COVID-19 prevention efforts into action
Online tutor helps turn COVID-19 prevention efforts into action
University researcher develops diagnostic lung test to identify patients
Controlled traffic farming on right track
COVID-19 food hygiene: a food microbiologist’s top 3 tips
Lab instructors adapt to remote teaching
ISU robot still reports to work, even during a pandemic
“It’s imperative that researchers from KI take part in public discourse and debate”
Bid to reduce respiratory COVID-19 deaths
New diagnostic test for COVID-19 may deliver results within half an hour
New ethane-munching microbes discovered at hot vents
Penn State researchers find significant economic losses due to soybean diseases
Rotavirus VP3 is a unique capping machine
Sellafield research uncovers microbial life in fuel ponds
Impulse for Research on Fungi
Improving concrete infrastructure
Institute for Glycomics researchers tackle COVID-19
Baylor enrolling COVID-19 patients in treatment trial
STA member gathers volunteers for COVID-19 testing surge
Collaboration increases opportunities for COVID-19 testing
COVID-19 working group gears up
Some good news: Livestock and poultry appear to be safe from COVID-19
COVID-19 Three new cases, linked to overseas
Preventing hospital acquired infection through innovation
Risk of periodontal diseases increased by sugar-rich diet
New research demonstrates safety of phage therapy in patients
Newly found bacteria fights climate change, soil pollutants
University and Sunnybrook virologists work on tools to combat coronavirus outbreak
Meghan May discusses flu outbreak in Maine with WMTW
Baylor joins NIH consortium on infectious diseases research
HIV researcher Dr Lindi Masson joins Burnet
Meghan May discusses ticks and hunting with NEWS CENTER Maine
Meghan May discusses Eastern Equine Encephalitis on NEWS CENTER Maine