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Bioaerosols

Bioaerosols

Long-lived bacteria, reproducing only once every 10,000 years, have been found in rocks 2.5km (1.5 miles) below the ocean floor that are as much as 100 million years old.

Deep microbes live long and slow

Long-lived bacteria, reproducing only once every years, have been found in rocks miles) below the ocean floor that are as much as 100 million years old.

Study: Nuclear Plant Shutdown Results in 4,319 Fewer Cancer Cases | Yahoo! Health

Study: Nuclear Plant Shutdown Results in 4,319 Fewer Cancer Cases

Testosterone does more than you think—including producing red blood cells and maintaining bone density. Find out the most surprising facts about testosterone.

Resuspended microbes from cup

Resuspended microbes from cup

3 days to go - way to go, microbes!!

(cross-posted from our static page on the project which will be updated as we move forward) Project MERCCURI is a collaboration of microBEnet with the Science Cheerleaders, Nanoracks, NASA, and Sci…

Resuspended microbes from floor

Resuspended microbes from floor

Lightning captured at 7,207 images per second. A downward lightning negative ground flash captured at 7,207 images per second.  A negative s...

Lightning captured at images per second by ZT Research. A downward lightning negative ground flash captured at images per second. A negative stepped leader emerges from the cloud and connects with the ground forming a return stroke. Tom A Warner

truco de foto grafia

Schlieren photography “ So how does Schlieren photography make pictures like the above? The phenomena you are seeing is the difference in air density. When gas is heated it expands, and when it cools.

Pollen, fungi, bioaerosols

Pollen, fungi, bioaerosols

The Great Unraveling - NYTimes.com

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This animated documentary celebrates the citizen scientist Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, whose discovery of microbes would change our view of the biological…

Jian Xu and Jeffrey I. Gordon, "Honor Thy Symbionts" (note: this article is different from the more popular version on Kindle)

National Academy of Sciences

Microorganisms in your gastrointestinal tract form a highly intricate, living "fabric" that plays an integral part in your health, affecting everything from body weight and nutrition, to chronic diseases of all kinds. It is very susceptible to toxins, and one in particular can wreak havoc on your microbiome. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/12/27/seeding-baby-microbiome.aspx

Microbirth documentary describes the research surrounding the importance of allowing naturally occurring microbes to seed in the infant's gut during vaginal birth

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