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Vaccines Don't Cause Autism.

There has been a lot of talk for decades around the credibility of vaccines which has stemmed into a flurry of conspiracies around them. Like the arguments about the… 1,292 more words


Can microbial life survive in Buriganga?

Written By:

Hasanul Banna Siam ,

Minhajul Abedin ,

Sakibur Rahat, and

Belayet Hasan Limon

[ Special thanks to our course Teacher Samina Madam for her encouragement and support] 1,234 more words


The Top 5 Harmful Toxins in Air

A major part of how healthy we are comes from how clean the air we breathe really is. Fumes and carcinogens from factories and automobile exhaust, and tons of other harmful gases are all around us. 910 more words

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Worm-Bacteria: Partners in Rot

Soil, dirt, mud, clay they all refer to one of the most remarkable elements of creation, the skin of the Earth. In soil science, dirt is actually a dirty word when we think how precious it is, it is the foundation of life, we all come from it and go back to it. 1,332 more words

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The Benefits of Stinging Nettle

Many people know “Stinging Nettle” as an annoying garden weed that delivers a painful bite. However, nettle is far, far more than a nuisance! The nettle plant as a whole- roots, stem, and leaves, has been examined by some of the world’s leading research institutions and found to have many powerful, positive benefits to offer the human body. 836 more words

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Prof. Enderlein’s great discoveries

Prof. Günther Enderlein was a biologist who regarded it as his mission to find the solutions to the severe disease facing humanity. Originally he was a professor of entomology at the Zoological Institute at the University of Berlin. 301 more words

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31 Interesting Facts about Microorganisms

Let’s do something fun this week!  It’s great to hear about the latest advancements in microbiology, but what about some interesting facts about microorganisms.

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