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January 22, 2016

How are doughnuts to humans like “royal jelly” to bees? Biologist Shirley Tilghman explains

The same process that determines why certain bees become queen bees while others with the exact same DNA become worker bees also plays a role in how donuts eaten by a pregnant woman may influence whether her child becomes obese.
How bacterial communication...
January 13, 2016

How bacterial communication 'goes with the flow' in causing infection, blockage

New work from Princeton University researchers shows that the effectiveness of bacteria's ability to keep in touch is influenced by the physical characteristics and flow of fluid in the environments they're invading. The findings provide a better understanding of where and when in a system scientists can interfere with bacterial communication to help prevent infections and blockages.

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