Tag Archives: Resistance

Evolutionary Trade Off: A solution to anti-biotic resistance?

We all have heard of a saying, “That which doesn’t kill us makes us stronger” by Friedrich Nietzsche. This is especially true in case of bacteria, organisms that are found everywhere ranging from “on us” to “inside us”. these microscopic … Continue reading

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An experimental evolution-inspired step towards saving our planet

Do you every look up into the night sky of a big city in the hope to see stars, only to be disappointed by bleak smoggy darkness? Fossil fuel emissions are not pretty, and they certainly are not good for … Continue reading

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Science news: WHO Report on Antibiotic Resistance & the Restorative Powers of Young Blood

The World Health Organization has recently released a report on the global incidence of antibiotic resistance in pathogens (summary). Antibiotic resistance is on the rise globally. This is a call to action for reporting from individual nations so that we … Continue reading

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