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Measles Cases On the Rise in England

By Jim Daley | May 11, 2018

The increase is associated with travel to Europe, where large outbreaks are occurring.

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The microbiologist was known for his work on bacterial antibiotic resistance and infectious disease.

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The country’s health ministry and the World Health Organization rush to contain the new outbreak.

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Image of the Day: Bacterial Flagella

By The Scientist Staff | May 8, 2018

Real-time imaging reveals the formation of the bacterial flagella FlhA ring.

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If left unchecked, greenhouse gas emissions will drive ocean temperatures up, affecting wildlife in these regions.

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Opinion: How We Found a New Way to Detect “Hidden Sharks”

By Stefano Mariani and Judith Bakker | May 7, 2018

Given the speed and efficiency of environmental (eDNA) sampling, a much larger portion of the sea can be screened, in a shorter time, for patterns of diversity.

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The extracellular matrix appears to inhibit regeneration; but scientists debate whether heart muscle really comes back.  

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Opinion: Microbial Mind Control—Truth or Scare?

By Katerina Johnson | May 1, 2018

Normal brain function may have evolved to depend on gut microbes and their metabolites.

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Warmer weather is thought to be behind the rise in vector-borne illnesses in recent years.

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The organs showed neural activity for up to 36 hours, adding fuel to discussions about the ethics of future neuroscientific research.

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