The Neanderthal medicine cabinet was stocked with pain-killers and antibiotics.
It’s the internet of bacteria.
Move over shibori, Studio Natsai Audrey makes sustainable pigments with non-pathogenic bacteria.
People across the US are sending in samples from their showers, for science.
Oscar Wilde famously wrote, "Life imitates art far more than art imitates life.” However, in artist Mellissa Fisher’s "Microbial Me," the line between the two is very is hard to define.
Like “Europa Report,” but real life.
Scientists are learning more than ever before about the microscopic bacteria, fungi, and viruses we carry with us everywhere.
Scientists looked at San Diego, Flagstaff, and Toronto.
Deep-ocean microbes could help us look for life on other planets.
Scientists crowdsourced microbial samples from thousands of volunteers, and sent 48 of them to space.