Why bacteria are beautiful, and why we need them

Nobel lau­reate Sir Richard Roberts, recently appointed Dis­tin­guished Uni­ver­sity Pro­fessor in the Col­lege of Sci­ence, dis­cussed his love for bac­teria and their sym­biosis with people on Monday after­noon at his inau­gural lec­ture, after which he con­versed with Pres­i­dent Joseph E. Aoun.

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Why so persistent?

Per­sis­tence — it’s what keeps us all sur­viving. If it weren’t for this lovely quality, we’d just give up and crawl under a rock some­where because it’s all just so […]

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Paper towels that pack a punch against bacteria

Of the three ways we can dry our hands after scrub­bing down, the paper towel method tends to be the most hygienic. When I asked chem­ical engi­neering pro­fessor and chair […]

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Sleuths solve one puzzle in the mystery of bacterial persistence

This after­noon, reading through Pro­fessor Kim Lewis’ soon to be pub­lished article in Cell Press (avail­able ahead of print here), I may have fan­cied myself some­thing of a pri­vate investigator […]