A team from the University of Coimbra, Portugal, managed to shed some light into the function of an enzyme though to be an important target for therapeutics against the TB bacteria (Mycobacterium tuberculosis).
Archive for the ‘Bacteria’ Category
If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Sometime ago, I decided to give a shout to all the friendly science bloggers out there calling for articles that talked about bacteria. This was the very first Group Writing Project that I hosted on this blog: Science Linked: [...]
The World’s dependence on fossil fuels is evermore in highlight. Oil prices have reached high-price records hitting the $90 mark during this week and developed countries are screaming for alternative fuel sources to be developed (at least those who do not profit from oil). Can primitive organisms be the solution?
So much science is being written around the blogiverse. So much science that should be more spread, shared and understood. With this as motivation, here at the Science in Review blog, I decided to start a Group Writing Project that calls out to all scientists or bloggers interested in science to write about science in a way that is understandable by all, and focus on a proposed theme. This edition’s theme: BACTERIA.