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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. 834 more words

Biological Medicine

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. 302 more words

Biological Medicine

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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Using Microscopes in the Classroom

The article “Using Microscopes in the Classroom” by Jennifer Sinsel, refers to common microscopes used in classrooms and the types of mistakes made by students. Students often make mistakes while using microscopes because they are not sure of what each part does. 120 more words

Characteristics Of Organisms

Virtual Microscopes

Teaching students to use microscopes is an important part of science. However, sometimes just going over the rules is not as helpful if they are not seeing the real thing right in front of them. 96 more words


Geomicrobiology Update 1

I have finished with Unit 1. I had to explain them about different parts of earth which serve as a microbial habitat, with emphasis on lithosphere and hydrosphere. 700 more words


Scientist Prove That Microbes Could Survive On Mars

​A group of microorganisms called methanogens found in marshes and in the guts of cattle produce the natural gas on our planet.

Methanogens don’t need oxygen or photosynthesis to live, so the most likely way for them to survive on Mars is if they’re found underneath the surface, protected from the red planet’s high levels of ultraviolet radiation. 137 more words