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Microbe Machines: How ‘souped-up’ bacterial motors produce more torque

Many bacteria have tiny motors inside them, which they use to zip around like miniature submarines. Recently, scientists have managed to image a diverse selection of these nanomachines in more detail than ever before, and gain fundamental insights into how … Continue reading

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Microbe Talk: December 2015

In a festive edition of our podcast, we hear from Dr Arnoud van Vliet from the Institute of Food Research. Arnoud tells us about his group’s research into foodborne pathogens like Campylobacter, and gives us his top tips for avoiding … Continue reading

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