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Soil microbiome leads to discovery of new antibiotics

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Citrus origin and evolution genomic research could help industry fight citrus greening

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First global atlas of soil-dwelling bacteria compiled

In Colorado, University of Colorado, Boulder researchers compiled the first global atlas of soil bacterial communities and identified a group of around 500 key...

Gold rush! Bacteria poops out gold nuggets

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The sky is falling! 800 million viruses fall from the sky every day

In British Columbia, a study from the University of British Columbia found that more than 800 million viruses are deposited per square meter every...

Genomic data used for cockroach evolution history

In Japan, researchers at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology and Australia-based University of Sydney have traced key evolutionary time points of the...

Oh smell that smell – dead skin cells responsible for office stench

In Hong Kong, Lynyrd Skynyrd fans are loving the latest research to come from Hong Kong Baptist University that says human skin flakes are...

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