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Catherine Woods is a 2015 mass media science and engineering fellow at the American Association for the Advancement of Science. She worked with the PBS NewsHour in the summer of 2015.
Dash Masland has a British fungus hanging on her wall. The fungus, framed in a picture, is beer yeast and the main ingredient in the farmhouse-style beer brewed in her Maine-based microbrewery. It is also her muse. The marine…
Scientists altered the DNA of a common gut bacteria, Bacteroides Thetaiotaomicron to treat an unhealthy stomach and make poop glow.
A computer program and a sniff test can diagnose some characteristics of autism.
In honor of National Asteroid Day, we are taking a look at NASA's mission to vacuum on the asteroid Bennu.
Virtual reality is shedding light on the dangers of driving stoned.
Researchers at the Wistar Institute in Pennsylvania discover a mutation to explain why last year’s flu vaccine failed for so many.
Ingredients in Reishi mushrooms can alter gut bacteria in the stomach, according to researchers, reversing the symptoms of obesity in mice, including weight gain and insulin resistance.
Could kangaroo brains teach us more about why people are left-handed?…
The American Chemical Society debunks the myths of the sugar substitute aspartame.
Scientists at Columbia University create a cheap, sustainable energy source from bacteria and evaporation.
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