How a narrow-spectrum antibiotic takes aim at C. Diff

Journal Reference: Xinyun Cao, Hande Boyaci, James Chen, Yu Bao, Robert Landick, Elizabeth A. Campbell. Basis of narrow-spectrum activity of fidaxomicin on Clostridioides difficile. Nature, 2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41586-022-04545-z The answer to this problem might be narrow-spectrum antibiotics that kill only one or a few species of bacteria, minimizing the risk of collateral damage. In a … Read more

New research shows what it takes to make society change for the better

Journal Reference: Laurent Hébert-Dufresne, Timothy M. Waring, Guillaume St-Onge, Meredith T. Niles, Laura Kati Corlew, Matthew P. Dube, Stephanie J. Miller, Nicholas J. Gotelli, Brian J. McGill. Source-sink behavioural dynamics limit institutional evolution in a group-structured society. Royal Society Open Science, 2022; 9 (3) DOI: 10.1098/rsos.211743 The research, conducted by the University of Maine, University … Read more

Einstein’s photoelectric impact: The time it takes for an electron to be released

Journal Reference: Jonas Rist, Kim Klyssek, Nikolay M. Novikovskiy, Max Kircher, Isabel Vela-Pérez, Daniel Trabert, Sven Grundmann, Dimitrios Tsitsonis, Juliane Siebert, Angelina Geyer, Niklas Melzer, Christian Schwarz, Nils Anders, Leon Kaiser, Kilian Fehre, Alexander Hartung, Sebastian Eckart, Lothar Ph. H. Schmidt, Markus S. Schöffler, Vernon T. Davis, Joshua B. Williams, Florian Trinter, Reinhard Dörner, Philipp … Read more

In Poland, the ruling conservative National Party takes education into its own hands

In Poland the ruling conservative National Party takes education into

Poland’s Education and Science Minister Przemyslaw Czarnek speaks during a press conference in Warsaw, Poland, November 9, 2021. PIOTR NOWAK / EPA Since coming to power in 2015, the conservative national PiS (Law and Justice) party has accustomed public opinion to a permanent “conservative revolution”. It is now preparing to interfere in the education system. … Read more

The French president takes another glass, but … – … dry, healthy and animal-free set the tone, but only in January – Foodlog

The French president takes another glass but dry healthy

In 2016 we conducted our own dry January survey at Foodlog, with more than 350 Foodlog readers as participants. A narrow majority made it to the finish line without sin. The initiative was still surprising at the time. Back then, leaving alcohol was even crazier than not eating animals for a month. Two years earlier, … Read more

Week 1 singles sales chart: Sick Luke takes all the podium in his debut week

Week 1 singles sales chart Sick Luke takes all the

Singles ranking FIMI week 2 of 2022. The first album of Sick Luke per Carousel Records, X2 (details here), and immediately conquers six positions in the Top 10 and 10 in the Top 20. Click on the continue below to discover the Top 50. SINGLE SALE RANKING WEEK 2 – 2022 SICK LUKE, THA SUPREME … Read more

Audio Series Ikatan Cinta Eps 27, Aldebaran’s Struggle Takes Andin’s Heart : Okezone Celebrity

Audio Series Ikatan Cinta Eps 27 Aldebarans Struggle Takes Andins

JAKARTA – Audio series Love Bond tells the story of the life of two brothers named Andin dan Elsa. In Bond of Love Eps 27, the story begins when Aldebaran or “AL” invites Andin to go home with him, “Andin…let’s go home together” invites AL. Mirna, who knew about the Navy’s mode of action, rushed … Read more

“If Jo Cox had not been murdered, I would not be here today”: in England, Kim Leadbeater takes up the torch from his sister

If Jo Cox had not been murdered I would not

The issue of violence in politics prompted Kim Leadbeater to take over from her sister, Jo Cox. Here in May 2021. RICHARD SAKER/GUARDIAN/EYEVINE/BUREAU233 ” How are you ? Follow me, this place is a real labyrinth, I’m still getting lost! “ The Labor MP Kim Leadbeater welcomes without ceremony in the corridors of the Palace … Read more

In Bosnia, the Serbian Republic takes a step towards separatism

In Bosnia the Serbian Republic takes a step towards separatism

The Serb elected to the tripartite presidency of Bosnia, Milorad Dodik, on December 10, 2021 in front of the Parliament of Banja Luka. RADIVOJE PAVICIC / AP The Serbian Republic has followed through on its threats by having its parliament pass laws separating it from the central state of Bosnia and Herzegovina on Friday, December … Read more

The bridge between food and medicine – Thinking about healthy food takes on pharmacological traits – Foodlog

The bridge between food and medicine Thinking about healthy

Although pharmacology is a fact of life is, little of the research in that scientific discipline penetrates the public media. Yes, when a major pharmaceutical company has developed a promising new drug (a Covid pill, for example), it is highly praised. After all, successful sales start with good marketing. But research articles that appear in … Read more

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