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Trials in Microbiology Part 1

I wish I could say that I was excited for Microbiology and that having been to the first couple weeks of classes and labs that I feel determined and excited for the rest of the quarter, but I’d be lying. 1,097 more words

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Did you know you’re only 10% human? Maddie Moate explores...

Did you know you’re only 10% human?

Maddie Moate explores the microscopic life that lives on and within us.

For more about mitochondria: http://www.nature.com/scitable/topicpage/mitochondria-14053590

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Could maple syrup help cut use of antibiotics?

Another reason to have those waffles… well maybe. Researchers have found that a concentrated extract of maple syrup makes disease-causing bacteria more susceptible to antibiotics. In an ever increasing antibiotic resistant world, this news is almost as sweet as the syrup (okay no more bad puns).  340 more words

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Students test their knowledge about evolution

By Casey Hunter

Student Reporter —

On April 15 about 70 people gathered in Rose State College lecture hall to put their knowledge concerning the theory of evolution to the test. 126 more words

Features

Our American Society for Microbiology Meeting Winners

The South Carolina Branch of the American Society for Microbiology held it’s spring meeting on April 11th, at Furman University and Clemson Students Won Awards. 157 more words

News

Patties Foods tests fail to find any hepatitis A

The Australian Eli Greenblat April 15, 2015

The food manufacturer at the centre of the hepatitis A outbreak earlier this year linked to frozen packets of Nanna’s mixed berries claims the integrity of its quality-assurance systems has been vindicated after its own testing failed to find any trace of the disease. 345 more words

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