Posts tagged with "microorganisms"



Science News · 18. September 2019
The iGEM Team “Syntex” from Marburg 2019 aims to develop a new fast-growing model organism that is easy to genetically modify with CRISPR: Synechococcus elongates. Read more.

Science News · 12. September 2019
The iGEM team Düsseldorf aims to synthesise cow’s milk by heterologous expression of cow’s milk components and simultaneously reducing greenhouse gas. Read more.

Science News · 05. September 2019
The iGEM team of TU Dresden aims to develop a tool for detecting any nucleic acid sequence of interest in microbial samples and human cells with gene-sensitive paper-strips.

Science News · 31. July 2019
Interview with the founder of BlueBio Labs about the application of NGS in environmental microbiology: quality control of drinking water, detection of Legionella in cooling systems and much more.

Science News · 18. July 2019
For the 50th anniversary of the moon landing during the Apollo 11 mission, here are 10 facts about this moon landing you may not know.

Science News · 27. June 2019
The theme of the World Microbiome Day 2019 is ‘Antibiotic Resistance’. Read about faecal transplants for the treatment of antibiotics-associated diseases.

Products · 29. May 2019
Microbiome analysis is used in medical and plant research, biotech, environmental testing, agriculture, and drug discovery. However, researchers are not aware of all the applications for microbiome analysis. Read here about the possibilities.

Science News · 21. February 2019
5 Facts about NGS you did not know.

Science News · 20. September 2018
There is no such thing as moral or immoral biology. Biology is well done, or badly done. That’s all. And genetic engineering is a great way to do it well. Microorganisms, especially bacteria and yeasts, are perfectly suited for modifications to cheaply create all the compounds that the industry needs to supply us with the conveniences and must-haves that we value so much today... and that we will value even more in the future! It is the way to go. We should use microorganisms for our own...

Products · 16. July 2018
Why is it important to profile the archaea community and not just the bacterial and fungal community in a sample? Find out here.