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1 First Report of Sphingomonas koreensis as a Human Pathogen in a Patient with Meningitis
2 These Microbes May Help Future Martians and Moon People Mine Metals
3 Bacterium protects rice plants from diseases
4 Characterization of triclosan metabolism in Sphingomonas sp. strain YL-JM2C
5 Sphingomonas mucosissima Bacteremia in Patient with Sickle Cell Disease
6 Mining Rare Earth Elements in Space with Microbes | Planetary News
7 Space Station Experiments Show How Microbes Could Be Used for Mining on Mars
8 Never-before-seen bacterium found at Arnold Arboretum
9 Investigation links outbreak of S . paucimobilis bacteremia to drug diversion
10 Best from science journals: Why are platypus so weird?
11 New report shows stealthiness of multi-drug-resistant bacteria
12 Researchers identify bacterium that protects rice plants against diseases
13 How bacteria from Earth may help us colonize space
14 Building An Extra-terrestrial Habitat
15 6 cancer patients developed rare blood infection after nurse tampered with opioids: report
16 Microbes may be our miners on asteroids, moons and other planets
17 TU Graz identifies bacterium that protects rice plants against diseases
18 Cancer patients contracted a rare blood infection. Officials say a nurse diluting opioids with tap water is to blame.
19 New type of bacteria discovered in Jamaica Plain
20 BioRock: Researchers to Examine Microbe-Mineral Interactions in Space | Astrobiology, Space Exploration
21 Scientists Are Recruiting Bacteria to Mine Rock — in Space
22 Asteroid-eating microbes could break down materials from space rocks
23 'Starry Night' As Drawn By Bacteria in a Petri Dish
24 Asteroid-Mining Bacteria Blast Off for Space Station
25 Studying tiny worms could unlock new insights into human life
26 The native microbiome of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans: gateway to a new host-microbiome model
27 Microbe threat to Mars
28 Salinity altered root distribution and increased diversity of bacterial communities in the rhizosphere soil of Jerusalem artichoke
29 Freaky superbug poured out of NIH sinks for a decade, infecting patients
30 NIH hospital's pipes harbored bacteria that infected patients
31 Canadian teen's process decomposes plastic bags
32 Human microbiota: The microorganisms that make us their home
33 Fragile skin microbiomes in megacities are assembled by a predominantly niche-based process
34 Isolation and characterization of two novel halotolerant Catechol 2, 3-dioxygenases from a halophilic bacterial consortium
35 A Nurse Stole Cancer Patients' Opioids and Diluted Them With Tap Water, Leading to Rare Infection
36 Rate and impact of duodenoscope contamination: A systematic review and meta-analysis
37 Nosocomial Infections with IMP-19−Producing Pseudomonas aeruginosa Linked to Contaminated Sinks, France
38 Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Found in Sharks and Seals
39 Transition from freshwater to seawater reshapes the skin-associated microbiota of Atlantic salmon
40 Perplexing: Michael Behe's Critics Falsely Claim He Ignores Exaptation
41 Human Wound Infection with Mannheimia glucosida following Lamb Bite
42 Microbe Masterpieces: Scientists Create Cool Art from Bacteria
43 Scientists paint with Salmonella and E. Coli | AL DÍA News
44 Gold from Mars? These microbes may help future Martians and Moon people mine metals
45 These petri dish "paintings" reveal the hidden beauty of bacteria
46 Doctors Turn Detectives To Find Out Who Stole Narcotics From Cancer Center
47 Cabernet With Cryptococcus? Meet the Fungi and Bacteria Behind Your Wine
48 Photos: Scientists use microbes to make beautiful works of art in petri dishes
49 ARS Releases New Leaf Lettuce Breeding Lines with Corky Root Resistance
50 Community quorum sensing signalling and quenching: microbial granular biofilm assembly
51 How to Beat 6 Everyday Infection Spreaders
52 Generation of structurally novel short carotenoids and study of their biological activity
53 Chromosome-free bacterial cells are safe and programmable platforms for synthetic biology
54 Identification of protein secretion systems in bacterial genomes
55 Intestinal Microbiota Composition and Bloodstream Infection in Stem Cell Transplant Recipients
56 UK at the forefront of space exploration with biomining experiment
57 Oxervate heals corneal lesions in neurotrophic keratopathy
58 This Gorgeous Art Is Made From Microbes
59 In His Latest Review of Behe's Darwin Devolves, Nathan Lents Misses the Forest for the Trees
60 Nurse Accused of Stealing Opioids, Replacing Them With Tap Water
61 Joint Berkeley Lab Project Using Enzme to Recycle Waste from Biofuel Production
62 Contaminated nasal spray recalled by medicines watchdog
63 Pepino (Solanum muricatum) planting increased diversity and abundance of bacterial communities in karst area
64 Identification and Characterization of a Novel Gentisate 1,2-Dioxygenase Gene from a Halophilic Martelella Strain
65 Discovery of a Novel Seminal Fluid Microbiome and Influence of Estrogen Receptor Alpha Genetic Status
66 Inside Of Rubber Duckies Is Full Of Bacteria
67 Agar art: Petri dish painting competition sees art and science collide
68 Study targets LigM for its role in breaking down aromatic pollutants
69 Diversity and functions of bacterial community in drinking water biofilms revealed by high-throughput sequencing
70 Contaminomics: Why Some Microbiome Studies May Be Wrong
71 DuPont develops fermented stabiliser for plant-based drinks: 'We are duplicating what nature does itself'
72 Art Grown in a Petri Dish
73 Shower Curtains Contain Most Germs in the Bathroom
74 15,000-Year-Old Viruses and Bacteria Found in Glacier Ice from Tibet | Biology
75 Photoferrotrophy, deposition of banded iron formations, and methane production in Archean oceans
76 Initial soil microbiome composition and functioning predetermine future plant health
77 Microbes in grape juice may predict flavour metabolites in wine
78 Changes in intestinal microflora of Caenorhabditis elegans following Bacillus nematocida B16 infection
79 A Glass Of Water Contains 10 Million Good Bacteria
80 Poverty and Community-Acquired Antimicrobial Resistance with Extended-Spectrum β-Lactamase–Producing Organisms, Hyderabad, India
81 Sandia National Labs Unlocks Potential of Waste
82 The ISS is chock-full of bacteria and fungi: study
83 Protein-based systems and clean label driving demand for gellan gum: CP Kelco
84 Could we unleash microbes to mine asteroids?
85 Bacterial Biofilms in Hospital Water Pipes May Show Pathogenic Properties
86 How climate change weakens coral 'immune systems'
87 Plague, anthrax and cheese? Scientists map bacteria on New York subway
88 A Microbe Hunter Plies Her Trade In Space
89 Dust Rains Deliver Diverse Assemblages of Microorganisms to the Eastern Mediterranean
90 As Soylent comes to the UK, here's what is actually inside the drink
91 It's In the Bag! Teenager Wins Science Fair, Solves Massive Environmental Problem
92 Dow and Deinove in 'healthy ageing' pact to develop cosmetic active ingredient
93 Evaluation of the Accelerate Pheno System for Fast Identification and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing from Positive Blood Cultures in Bloodstream Infections Caused by Gram-Negative Pathogens
94 Potential use of bacterial community succession for estimating post-mortem interval as revealed by high-throughput sequencing
95 Francisella philomiragia Bacteremia in a Patient with Acute Respiratory Insufficiency and Acute-on-Chronic Kidney Disease
96 Is ’Oumuamua an Alien Spaceship? Sure! Except, No
97 Potential sources of microbial colonizers in an initial soil ecosystem after retreat of an alpine glacier
98 Dairy alternatives: CP Kelco overcomes the formulation challenges of plant proteins
99 Microbial succession in response to pollutants in batch-enrichment culture
100 Genome-wide transcriptional responses of Alteromonas naphthalenivorans SN2 to contaminated seawater and marine tidal flat sediment