Gold Could Be The Unexpected Secret Weapon We Need Against Antibiotic Resistance
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Gold Could Be The Unexpected Secret Weapon We Need Against Antibiotic Resistance

A handy way to stop an infection is to fill a germ's pocket with gold. Scientists have failed to translate this knowledge into an effective
Remdesivir-Linked Covid-19 Mutation Found In Immunocompromised Patient
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Remdesivir-Linked Covid-19 Mutation Found In Immunocompromised Patient

Topline Researchers have discovered that a patient with a Coronavirus mutation was resistant to the antiviral drug Remdesivir. This raises concerns
Going for gold to reduce antibiotic resistance
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Going for gold to reduce antibiotic resistance

The "molecular envelope" of the gold nanoclusters. Blue ligands are the zwitterionic, while red ligands are positively charged. They are bound via
Merck’s Antiviral Could Be Just What Covid Was Waiting For
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Merck’s Antiviral Could Be Just What Covid Was Waiting For

Merck announced at the beginning of October that its drug candidate, molnupiravir (an oral antiviral), had been shown to reduce the risk of death or
'Raindrops on the roof-technique' reveals new quantum liquid
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'Raindrops on the roof-technique' reveals new quantum liquid

Koen Bastiaans. Credit: Leiden University Koen Bastiaans, his colleagues and others have discovered a quantum liquid unlike any other. The technique
Machine learning predicts antibiotic resistance spread
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Machine learning predicts antibiotic resistance spread

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Genes can be inherited from birth, but not just through the genes themselves. Bacteria can pass genes on to one another or
There May Be People Who Are Genetically Resistant to COVID-19, Scientists Say
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There May Be People Who Are Genetically Resistant to COVID-19, Scientists Say

At least 99.9% of two humans are genetically identical. It's the 0.1 percent that makes us unique. This is what makes us unique, from our appearances
Phage therapy research brings scientists a step closer to harnessing viruses to fight antibiotic resistance
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Phage therapy research brings scientists a step closer to harnessing viruses to fight antibiotic resistance

Streptococcus pneumoniae. Credit: CDC/Dr. M.S. Mitchell Scientists are closer to harnessing viruses to treat infections as antibiotics become more
Southwest Pilot Drapes “Don’t Tread On Me” Flag From Cockpit Window
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Southwest Pilot Drapes “Don’t Tread On Me” Flag From Cockpit Window

It is wrong to ask pilots to fly the plane, and to save workplace grievances for later hours. Southwest Airlines continues to face operational
Novel quantum effect discovered in naturally occurring graphene
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Novel quantum effect discovered in naturally occurring graphene

A scanning electron microscope image showing a contact, two-atom thick, free-floating graphene flake. It has a free floating metal bridge hovering