Never before seen in biology, a state of matter called “disordered hyperuniformity” has been discovered in the eye of a chicken.
Tickets will be available starting April 14.
Hey, musical friends. It’s not like you’re doing anything more important with your life on June 14, right? And we can stay at my house and it will be great.
A New York biologist has found a bacterium that kills invasive zebra and quagga mussels but leaves other mollusks unharmed.
A team of French investigators has discovered viruses containing genes for antibiotic resistance in a fossilized fecal sample from 14th century Belgium, long before antibiotics were used in medicine. They publish their findings ahead of print in the journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology.
The viruses in the fecal sample are phages, which are viruses that infect bacteriai. Most of the viral sequences the researchers found in the ancient coprolite (fossil fecal sample) were related to viruses currently known to infect bacteria commonly found in stools (and hence, in the human gastrointestinal tract), including both bacteria that live harmlessly, and even helpfully in the human gut, and human pathogens, says corresponding author Christelle Desnues of Aix Marseille Université.
Fossilized human feces have been found in a cave in Oregon. The fossils are thought to be more than 14,000 years old.
But really, if you know her, the resemblance is uncanny. If she can just manage to marry a dude with a sentient reindeer, I’ll be incredibly happy.
http://www.facebook.com/2Cellos http://www.twitter.com/stjepanhauser http://www.twitter.com/lukasulic2CELLOS Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser playing their arr…
Inside every cellist is a secret rock star.
Or not so secret.
“I guess you guys aren’t ready for that yet. But your kids are gonna love it.”