Life sciences/Microbiology/Bacteriology/Bacterial populations
Scientists testing a new vaccine and probiotic treatment have found that both reduce the severity of cholera infections in rabbits and mice.
Say the late 20th century defined physics and engineering, then the 21st century may do the same for biology and engineering, says AAAS President Hockfield.
AAAS Helps Organize Symposium in Havana on Mosquito-Borne Illnesses
The microbial array in the Yanomami villagers, the most diverse ever reported, includes bacteria with antibiotic-resistant genes.
After Haiti’s devastating earthquake, a AAAS report laid out a vision for advancing science and education in Haiti, as a foundation for the country’s more stable, prosperous future. Four years later, efforts to strengthen Haitian science and technology are gaining ground, though more work remains ahead.