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Your microbiome reveals more about your health than your genes do

12 days ago   |   New Scientist

The microbes that live inside you say more than your genes do about your likelihood of developing health conditions ranging from asthma to cancer and schizophrenia
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A look back at 2019's Federal Regulatory Update on Plant Biostimulants

A look back at 2019's Federal Regulatory Update on Plant Biostimulants

23 days ago   |   Global Engage

On June 11, 2019, President Trump signed an Executive Order directing the heads of the U.S. Department of Agriculture , Environmental Protection Agency , and Food and Drug...
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Phytobiomes Alliance: Convergent Research & Regulatory Science Activities

Phytobiomes Alliance: Convergent Research & Regulatory Science Activities

1 month ago   |   Global Engage

Kellye Eversole told us that “a major paradigm shift in agricultural production is required to meet the demands of a global world population projected to reach 9.7 billion in...
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STAT Plus: Bankrupt uBiome preliminarily sells patents for 1% of the poop-testing startup's original valuation

1 month ago   |   STAT

Bankrupt microbiome-testing startup uBiome, once valued at $600 million by Silicon Valley investors, preliminarily sold its patents at auction to a DNA-testing outfit called...
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Anti-ageing drug rejuvenates the mouths and oral microbiome of mice

1 month ago   |   New Scientist

In the first treatment shown to rejuvenate oral health, a drug used for organ transplants has regenerated the bone in which teeth are embedded in mice
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Role of indigenous and inoculated Trichoderma spp. in managing soilborne fungal diseases

Role of indigenous and inoculated Trichoderma spp. in managing soilborne fungal diseases

1 month ago   |   Global Engage

David Bulter is Associate Professor at the University of Tennessee, USA. His research focuses on soil-plant and soil-plant-microbe relationships in horticultural cropping...
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The Future is Bright for Microbiome Metabolites and Drugs Derived From Probiotics

The Future is Bright for Microbiome Metabolites and Drugs Derived From Probiotics

1 month ago   |   Global Engage

Some of the claims made about Probiotics can be hard to believe, and often even harder to reliably prove. However, the science surrounding the development of these products is...
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Presentation Slides from the 4th Partnerships in Biocontrol, Biostimulants & Microbiome Congress: USA

Presentation Slides from the 4th Partnerships in Biocontrol, Biostimulants & Microbiome Congress: USA

1 month ago   |   Global Engage

At the recent 4 th Partnerships in Biocontrol, Biostimulants & Microbiome Congress: USA we heard a number of interesting presentations on how plant and soil microbiome research...
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Solar Orbiter launch delayed to Feb. 7

Solar Orbiter launch delayed to Feb. 7

A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket - seen without the Solar Orbiter spacecraft on top - completed a practice countdown at Cape Canaveral's Complex 41 launch pad Friday... Read more ...

Why Unlearning Matters? How to Unlearn?

Why Unlearning Matters? How to Unlearn?

Today we welcome Makoto Matsuo , a professor in the Graduate School of Economics and Business Administration at Hokkaido University and author of “Critical reflection... Read more ...

White dwarf chows down on brown dwarf companion in feeding frenzy

White dwarf chows down on brown dwarf companion in feeding frenzy

An artist's impression of a dwarf nova system in which a white dwarf is stripping material away from a brown dwarf in a close orbit. Image: NASA and L. Hustak/STSci: A... Read more ...

Asteroid impact: Asteroid Bennu COULD collide with Earth warns expert

Asteroid impact: Asteroid Bennu COULD collide with Earth warns expert

ASTEROID Bennu could come crashing into Earth in the near future, potentially putting an end to life on Earth, an expert has warned. Read more ...

SpaceX news: Starlink satellites ruining night sky as shown in this photograph

SpaceX news: Starlink satellites ruining night sky as shown in this photograph

SPACEX is facing even more criticism from the astronomy community over its Starlink satellites, and a new image has revealed just how bad the situation is. Read more ...

Coronavirus news: Flu a bigger threat than new virus, experts warn

Coronavirus news: Flu a bigger threat than new virus, experts warn

THE CORONAVIRUS which is rapidly spreading across the globe should be the least of our concerns when compared to the flu, scientists have warned. Read more ...

No, Your Testicles Don't Have Taste Buds. Stop Dipping Them In Soy Sauce

No, Your Testicles Don't Have Taste Buds. Stop Dipping Them In Soy Sauce

Lt started innocently enough. Late last week, TikTok user cryinginthecar logged onto the popular video app and shared an eyebrow-raising scientific finding with her followers... Read more ...

Life after death is REAL if infinite universes exist, physicist claims

Life after death is REAL if infinite universes exist, physicist claims

LIFE after death could in some form be possible if the infinite universe theory is proved to be true, one physicist has claimed. Read more ...

Horoscope daily predictions are WRONG because your star sign is off, says...

Horoscope daily predictions are WRONG because your star sign is off, says astronomer

YOUR star sign is probably WRONG, an astronomer has claimed, throwing even more doubt on the meaning behind horoscopes and astrology. Read more ...

Donald Trump heaps praise on SpaceX's Elon Musk - 'he does good at rockets'

Donald Trump heaps praise on SpaceX's Elon Musk - 'he does good at rockets'

DONALD Trump has heaped praise upon Elon Musk, claiming the SpaceX founder "does good at rockets". Read more ...