A viable community of bacteria has been found eking out a living in a dark, salty, and subfreezing environment beneath nearly 20 meters of ice in one of Antarctica’s most [...]
A new analysis has found that U.S. pork chop and ground pork contain significant levels of harmful bacteria that cause food poisoning, as well as low levels of growth hormone.
A scientist and an artist have teamed up with a metal-tolerant bacterium called Cupriavidus metallidurans to produce gold nuggets in a glass bioreactor.
New research from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) reveals that some unlikely subject—bacteria—can have social structures similar to plants and animals.
The first detailed data is reported on methane-exhaling microbes that live deep in the cracks of hot undersea volcanoes.
Superbugs may become a thing of the past thanks to an antimicrobial solution designed to attract and kill bacteria.
New clues to the origins of antibiotic resistance have been found deep underground inside Lechugilla Cave in New Mexico by North American researchers.
Research finds that bacteria may communicate with one another and make decisions based on game theory.
Scientists document how geology, biology worked together after the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Research finds that people with a wide range of microbes on their skin are less likely to attract mosquitoes.