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Links 11/29/15

Links for you. Science: Scenes Let’s Give Thanks and Hope We Haven’t Lost the War Against Superbugs My new white coat is a cool black vest Prospective whole genome sequencing enhances national surveillance of Listeria monocytogenes What if “positive” results … Continue reading

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Links 10/30/15

Links for you. Science: Mysterious oak leaf itch mite leaves its tiny bite mark across lower Plains Recombination produces coherent bacterial species clusters in both core and accessory genomes Why These Moose are Butting Heads on a Suburban Street Bacteriophages … Continue reading

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Links 10/21/15

Links for you. Science: MRSA In Sports: Long-Standing, Simple to Prevent, Still Happening What You Can Learn From Hunter-Gatherers’ Sleeping Patterns Red Seabeach: A part of the world’s largest marsh seems to be growing bright red Martian grass Hot Startup … Continue reading

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Links 10/6/15

Links for you. Science: Chagas: An Emerging Infectious Disease Threat In U.S. Human Genome Project: Twenty-five years of big biology The Future Will Be Full of Mushroom Batteries If Your iPhone Were Powered By… In vitro evaluation of dual carbapenem … Continue reading

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It’s William Gibson’s World–We Just Live In It

This, from Japan, is utterly surreal: “There has never been a gang war with drones available to drop bombs into the offices of rivals,” a detective with the Hyogo Police Department told VICE News on condition of anonymity. “In recent … Continue reading

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Links 9/18/15

Links for you. Science: The initial state of the human gut microbiome determines its reshaping by antibiotics We Are About to Start Mining Hydrothermal Vents on the Ocean Floor Cancer Research, Irreproducibility, and the Insidiousness of the “Julia Child Argument” In … Continue reading

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Links 9/17/15

Links for you. Science: Want to Census a Jungle? Sequence DNA From Blood-Sucking Leeches 1 in 6 Americans get food poisoning every year. This new law should change that. (leaving aside norovirus, I’ve only had bacterial food poisoning once. How … Continue reading

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