A scanning electron micrograph of an acacia flower preserved in Australia before the Ice Age.
By The Scientist Staff | February 15, 2013
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By Dan Cossins
The essential nutrient can kill drug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis by producing oxidative radicals that damage DNA.
From now on, US physicians and researchers will have to get approval from the FDA before they can perform a stool transplant.
By The Scientist Staff
Brightly colored fungi of the Chlorociboria genus grow on wood in temperate forests throughout the world.
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