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Improving microbial electrosynthesis with novel cathode modifications

Professor Arpita Bose discusses how iron-based mediators can enhance electron uptake in electrotrophic bacteria, which are employed as biocatalysts in microbial electrosynthesis technologies.
gecko feet, setae

What’s the secret to gecko feet that allows them to stick to surfaces?

Gecko adhesion has its own molecular structure: where gecko feet are covered in a super-thin layer of lipids that help them stay sticky.
lager beer, gut microbes

Lager beer can lessen risk of disease in men’s gut microbes

Both alcoholic and non-alcoholic lager beer drank in moderation can improve gut microbes in men ­– lessening the chances of developing chronic diseases.
Soil Microbes

Could soil microbes be a solution to the climate crisis?

Research from Arpita Bose’s lab combines nature with the laboratory to innovate solutions to our global climate crisis Much of the focus on climate change mitigation lies in reducing anthropogenic emissions of carbon greenhouse gases (e.g., carbon dioxide, CO2; methane, CH4), which continue to increase. An additional consideration is the...
megafires, forest microbes

Forest microbes that can survive and even thrive from megafires

Research from UC Riverside finds that fungi and bacteria can survive redwood tanoak forest megafires – they can even increase in number after feeling the flames.
gut microbiome and personality, fatigue

The gut microbiome and personality: Can food change who you are?

'You are what you eat' has never rung so true, as researchers uncover links between the gut microbiome and personality traits - so, can nutrition change our psychology? 
genetically engineered microbe, plastic

Scientist creates genetically engineered kill switch for microbes

A team at Washington University, St. Louis are creating a genetically engineered kill switch for some microbes,  which would remotely cause them to self-destruct.
resource-restricted settings

Challenges of clinical microbiology in resource-restricted settings

Dr Zisis Kozlakidis & Prof Olivier Vandenberg, describe the challenges of clinical microbiology in resource-restricted settings
gravitational

How do the sun and moon affect the behaviour of wildlife?

A study has shown that the gravitational action of the sun and the moon influences the behaviour of animals and plants, analysing seed germination in cycles regulated by tides.
one health

SACIDS: A decade of experience developing One Health capacity in Africa

Gerald Misinzo and Mark Rweyemamu tell us about the decade of work done by the SACIDS Foundation for One Health to protect Sub-Saharan Africa
Microbial electrosynthesis, microbes

Microbial electrosynthesis for sustainable bioproduction

Arpita Bose, PhD, Associate Professor at Washington University illustrates how microbes may prove essential for developing sustainable technologies as we strive for greener economies.
Department of Biology

Exploring microbial electrosynthesis at Washington University in St. Louis

Dr Arpita Bose discusses research into bioelectrochemical systems and microbial electrosynthesis at the Department of Biology, Washington University.
Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences

Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences

Elica Moss discusses her work within the fields of environmental microbiology and environmental health at the Alabama A&M University.
sustainable food systems, CIRCLE project

CIRCLES: Microbiome research for healthy and sustainable food systems

Here we learn all about Horizon 2020 funded Project CIRCLES, which provides the scientific knowledge to exploit natural microbiomes for the sustainable food production, delivering new and healthier food applications.
Department of Pathology and Cell Biology

Single Nuclei RNA Sequencing of Huntington’s Disease Brain Tissues

Doctors Osama Al Dalahmah and James E. Goldman discuss their work on single Nuclei RNA sequencing of Huntington’s disease brain tissues.
huntington's disease research, cell biology

Huntington’s disease (HD) research

Dr. James E Goldman and Dr. Osama Al-Dalahmah from the Department of Pathology and Cell Biology at Columbia University, provide an in-depth perspective on Huntington’s disease (HD) research.
landscape of microbiology, dr elica moss

Changing the landscape of microbiology

Here, we interview Dr Elica M Moss, Research Assistant Professor at Alabama A&M University, about her work and how it seeks to change the landscape of microbiology.
deep biosphere, deep ocean

Deep ocean drilling: Revealing earth history, geological processes and a deep biosphere

Virginia Edgcomb from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution discusses deep ocean drilling, a process that reveals earth history, geological processes and a deep biosphere.
microbiology, pollution, dr elica m moss

Dr Elica M. Moss: Changing the landscape of microbiology

Here, we interview Dr Elica M. Moss, a Research Assistant Professor in Environmental Health and Environmental Toxicology at the Alabama A&M University.
tree crop, microbial

Tree crop productivity: The microbial terroir of vineyards

Philippe Rolshausen from University of California, Riverside shares with us his research and extension program that focuses on understanding specific biotic and abiotic factors that limit tree crop productivity.

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