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Micro Innovations, Micro Musings

E. coli Used in the Fight Against Cancer

Genetic engineering can help preserve endangered species Since 1978, Escherichia coli has been used in the development of synthetic “human” insulin (1).
Industry News, Micro Innovations, Micro Musings

New Drugs in the Fight Against COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic moves into its third year, new treatment options to combat the coronavirus disease are being authorized
Micro Innovations, Zoonotic Diseases

Self-Destructing Mosquitoes: A new way to combat malaria and other mosquito vector diseases.

CRISPR technology used to control the fourth biggest infectious disease killer...
Micro Innovations, Micro Musings

The Novavax protein antigen vaccine

Is a New and Better Vaccine Coming Soon? A new player in the field of COVID vaccines could be arriving
Hardy Happenings, Heroes of History, Micro Innovations, Micro Musings

How the Gram stain identifies bacteria

In 1884, Danish microbiologist Hans Christian Gram discovered that crystal violet irreversibly stained certain bacteria but can be washed from
Industry News, Micro Innovations, Micro Musings

New Technology in the Fight Against Pneumonia

Saving Patient Lives with Rapid Pneumonia Testing Streptococcus pneumoniae and Legionella pneumophila pose a severe threat of morbidity and mortality, with acute symptoms
Micro Innovations, Micro Musings

CBD: How Pet Parents are Leading the Pack -The current landscape for pets and medical cannabis products

CBD: How Pet Parents are Leading the Pack -The current landscape for pets and medical cannabis products In America, around
Micro Innovations

Enlisting AI for Drug Discovery

Bacteria are becoming more resistant to drugs while pharmaceutical companies are slowing their antibiotic research. Due to low profits and
Micro Innovations

Isn’t It Time We Build a Better Bed Rail?

Long before Sir Alexander Fleming’s accidental discovery of Penicillin in 1928, our ancestors were already putting the antimicrobial effects of
Micro Innovations, Micro Musings

Neutralizing the Situation

In the past year, there have been ongoing concerns that sanitizers commonly used to reduce pathogens on poultry carcasses can