Featured in e. coli
Are Your Leftovers Still Safe To Eat? Avoid Food Poisoning With These 5 Tests
Time to toss those expired chicken tenders
What Would An E. Coli Do If It Were Much, Much Bigger?
Researcher models bacteria-controlled robots
Mutant Bacteria Will Test You For Disease And Color Your Pee Accordingly
Colorful pee is easy to see
Bacteria Pipe Food To Each Other Using Tiny Tubes
If only I could make my neighbors feed me so easily
Engineered Bacteria Excrete Propane Fuel
Researchers want to harness your stomach bugs in the service of your barbecue
Missiles And Rockets Might Soon Smell Like Pine Trees
Genetic engineers have coaxed bacteria to brew high-energy pinene biofuel.
A Light Bulb Powered By Bacteria
Three college students are building an electricity-free light bulb for the masses.
Got A Wound? Science Says Rub Some Dirt In It
Antibacterial clays can kill antibiotic-resistant E. coli and MRSA, researchers found.
Watch A Virus Infect An E. Coli Cell
Observing a virus infecting a cell for the first time has changed the way we understand the process.
By Encoding Messages in Glowing Proteins, Scientists Turn E. Coli Into Invisible Ink
It’s an innovation fit for a Cold War spy novel: a means to transmit secret messages via microbe. Dubbed steganography...