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Research Awards and Honors: April 2017

Massachusetts General Hospital’s talented and dedicated researchers are working to push the boundaries of science and medicine every day. In this series we highlight a few individuals who have recently received awards or honors for their achievements… 607 more words


Going viral

“Why can’t we treat viral and bacterial infections with the same medication?”

Although the symptoms of viral and bacterial infections can be similar, and they spread in similar ways, bacteria and viruses are very different. 449 more words


Study Session With Yeka - 1

So am in the library studying pharmaceutical microbiology. Everything was kinda strange but now am beginning to see the clear picture on what exactly pharmaceutical microbiology is all about. 265 more words


Gut Micribiome

People today are always trying to figure out how they can be healthier and try to do so much to help themselves. That is why people go on vegetarian or vegan diets, take omega 3 fish oils, certain vitamins and minerals to fill in their dietary requirements. 268 more words


Ed Young and His book

Ed Yong is quite a young renowned science writer who blogs and writes science articles in The Atlantic. He writes and covers a multitude of science topics that can range from how the government and politics sees science to the tiny, naked to the human eye, microscopic organisms that live inside of us. 289 more words


When your Mom is cooler than you...

Happy National Medical Laboratory Professionals Week! Today I am introducing you to a STEM professional who is a big reason why I am a STEM professional myself…my Mom! 635 more words

Seminar 4 - You've got guts

The ruminant gut microbiome is a complex ecosystem made up of bacteria, fungi, protozoa and archaea, all found within the rumen, all of which is responsible for the breakdown of organic material to be used by the rest of the body. 356 more words