How life found a way on one of the world's driest deserts.....
A new study has shown that an antibiotic kills bacteria AND prevents viruses from growing.
How life found a way on one of the world's driest deserts...
How e-cigarettes could lead to bacteria sticking in your airways.
Making plastics... from poo
What is plastic, and could we train microbes to munch it?
Can bacteria be altruistic?
Could sugar be fuelling superbugs in hospitals?
How do bacteria evade antibiotics?
Does your microbiome play a role in how well you respond to cancer treatment?
Could bacteria be conspiring with cancer to block the action of chemotherapy drugs?
Why don't we have enough antibiotics, and what can we do about it?
Our lives ultimately depend upon some of the smallest life forms on Earth - the constituents of the ocean microbiome.
The sea urchin may be a good model for understanding how immune responses work in humans and other vertebrates.
Mutations in a single gene can affect whether some bio-luminescent bacteria will make good partners for squid.
Bacteria can evade antibiotics not just through resistance, but by dormancy - effectively switching off. But for how...
For a tuberculosis infection to progress, around 50 bacterial cells need to infect a single immune cell.
Where is the oldest evidence of life on earth?
How do some bacteria evade the stomach's defence mechanisms to cause trouble in the gut?
In our colon is a previously unrecognised organ made up of trillions of microbes.
Most of us know that too much sugar is bad for our teeth, but why? Looks like bacteria are to blame.
Archaeological evidence suggests that a young woman from ancient Troy died from a pregnancy-related infection
Could seagrass hold the key to cleaning up our oceans?
Will the alcohol kill off any Salmonella in my eggnog?
Instead of using antibitiocs, could we give bacteria a virus? Would that
overcome the resistance problem?