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THERE IS A BUG IN THE AIR. DNT CATCH IT!!

Its 10.59 pm Nigerian time and as much as I really want to sleep,I have to write this post. Despite the  fact that I worked the morning shift today after a full day weekend shift and I should be sleeping,but oh well I need to do this. 468 more words

Healthblogger

From U Texas at Austin: "Making Virus Sensors Cheap and Simple: New Method Detects Single Viruses"

University of Texas at Austin

23 May 2016
Marc G Airhart

Scientists at The University of Texas at Austin have developed a new method to rapidly detect a single virus in urine, as reported* this week in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 620 more words

Applied Research & Technology

How Viruses infect Bacteria: A Tale of a Tail

Bacteriophages are viruses that infect bacteria. Using state-of-the-art tools, EPFL scientists have described a million-atom “tail” that bacteriophages use to breach bacterial surfaces. The breakthrough has major implications for science and medicine, as bacteriophages are widely used in research. 595 more words

Research

Antimicrobial resistance.

Hello. The time has come for a new article, and not a small book review this time. Today I shall provide an insight into a topic I saw on BBC News the other day, and one that I believe requires attention – the issue of antimicrobial resistance. 2,688 more words

Immunology And Disease

New technology of gene drive - Change?

I decided to use Hooponopono to clean up all issues linked with the risk of the bioweapon, and ensure that we use new technology in better way we can.   128 more words

Ho'oponopono

Turn AdBlock off? Request Denied

This will be a brief one.

It seems to becoming more common these days that sites are refusing access to their sites of a person had AdBlock or a similar add-on/extension installed on their browser.   59 more words

Turn AdBlock off? Request Denied

This will be a brief one.

It seems to becoming more common these days that sites are refusing access to their sites of a person had AdBlock or a similar add-on/extension installed on their browser.   59 more words