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How to stop an antibiotic-resistant superbug

How to stop an antibiotic-resistant superbug

Scientists at the University of Colorado Boulder have recently come up with a genetic disruption strategy to efficiently stymies the evolution of antibiotic-resistant bacteria...
Hot chip: the nanomushroom chip used to grow bacterial colonies for testing

Chips, light and coding moves the front line in beating bacteria

Our immune system is consistently fighting against bacteria. Now, this consistent fight against bacteria has taken a new move with the announcement of a tool....
Chemistry professor Wilfred van der Donk and his colleagues developed a new method for generating large libraries of unique cyclic compounds. Photo by Don Hamerman

Study unveils more than a million new cyclic compounds, some with pharmaceutical potential

Researchers say they can now produce a vast library of unique cyclic compounds, some with the capacity to interrupt specific protein-protein interactions that play...
Artificial enzyme: Protein designed entirely from scratch functions in cells

Artificial enzyme: Protein designed entirely from scratch functions in cells

An unfolding field of research, fake science, is progressing in the direction of making a really new creature. At Princeton, scientists are planning and...
Novel Way to Synthesize a New Biofuel Product

Novel Way to Synthesize a New Biofuel Product

Biofuel now is a key to greener, more environmentally sound energy, transportation and product options. Various scientists are finding ways to produce biofuel for...
New Technology Could Offer Cheaper, Faster Food testing

New Technology Could Offer Cheaper, Faster Food testing

Foodborne bacteria can cause all sorts of problems. “Food poisoning” can foster mild to severe stomach discomfort, major gastrointestinal distress. So, food testing is...

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