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Long, Long, Long Lost Brothers

Thirty years ago, Danish scientists collected small, floating marine creatures off an Australian coast. Among those specimens, they have now announced, are “two new species of what they call Dendrogramma… 202 more words

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Approach and Avoidance

A microbe moves about in a drop of water.  It is a single celled organism lacking neurons to form a brain.  And yet it survives.  It consumes nutrients, excretes waste, avoids danger and replicates itself.  664 more words



Scientists said on Sunday they had invented a device that uses a magnet to extract bacteria, fungi and toxins from blood, potentially throwing a lifeline to patients with sepsis and other infections. 343 more words


The Friday Five: Our Favorite Fictional Bands

As long as true musicians have existed within the television and movie realm, parody artists and even purely fictional bands can eventually turn into real recording artists!   412 more words


You Are a Zoo - a poem by Kate Rauner

You are home to millions
More microbe cells than yours.
A human microbiome,
The normal flora forms.
You grow your unique garden
In skin and gut and hair. 71 more words


Sci-Art Creations #1: Marine Microbe Collage

So, the other day, for some reason I Google’d marine microbes. Not really sure why. But these kinds of things have started to surprise me less and less. 288 more words

Turtles (Science Explorations)

The Last Asiatic Lion

As the planet Arrcanium appeared on his charts, Coh loaded the latest surveys of Yoon into active navigation and locked in a route to Fray’s port – oblivious to the delays awaiting him. 224 more words