A man who went crabbing in New Jersey soon displayed severe symptoms of a flesh-eating bacteria. Now, he's fighting for his life from the infection.
NASA scientists named a bacteria after former Indian president and scientists Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. The bacteria was discovered in a filter used aboard the ISS.
A microbe, dubbed Venus's hair, appeared after a massive eruption that killed every other organism.
Detection teams can now safely determine the location of buried landmines from a remote location
Doctors had to amputate a part of a little girl's leg to stave off complications arising from strep throat.
Aside from the number of deaths, more than 1,000 people have been infected. The report added that the outbreak was caused by a new strain of Cerebro Spinal Meningitis (CSM) which is not common in Nigeria. State of high alert declared by the ministry since March 20.
Binghamton University researchers, with the help of their colleagues from State University of New York have developed the first ever micro-scale self-sustaining microbial fuel cells powered by the symbiotic interactions of two types of bacteria.
Air pollution could influence infection-causing bacteria in the body, making them stronger and more resistant to antibiotics.
A weed commonly found in Florida could stop the deadly superbug on its track.
Nevada women died after being infected with bacteria resistant to all known antibiotics available in the United States.
Researchers from Duke University have genetically engineered a strain of salmonella, which usually causes food poisoning, to fight against the most aggressive and deadliest form of brain cancer, glioblastoma.
As most of the world has energy storage needs, scientists have been looking for ways to improve the manufacturing method of batteries. Researchers from Binghamton University, State University of New York have developed a bacteria-powered battery that could power disposable electronics on a sheet of paper.
A new experiment has shown that seabed bacteria are an effective prostate cancer killer, resulting to half of patients in the experiment having complete remission.
An emerging research from Michigan State University made the shocking discovery that Campylobacter jejuni, a common bacteria that has been identified to trigger Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GB) in people, can still thrive in chicken that has not been cooked based on the required minimum internal temperature.