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Molly Sargen

Bacteriology

Harvard University

Molly has authored 2 articles

Scientists have shown the perfect way to make pancakes, and that has huge implications

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Some science is labeled "silly" by the media and politicians, but don't be fooled — simple research is extremely important

Molly Sargen

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Scientists have engineered a self-destruct button in bacteria

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Sneaky molecular biology tricks bacteria into killing themselves, in place of antibiotics

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When do you meet your first microbes?

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Bacteria could get into the uterus through the vagina, through the GI tract, or even invasive medical procedures.

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It's time to highlight our fungus friends in our microbiomes

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Our gut microbiomes contain fungi and protists, not just bacteria - so why don't we study them?

Adriana Romero-Olivares

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60% of astronauts test positive for active herpes virus in space

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Something about space brings out cold sores - what does it mean for people on Earth?

Mackenzie Thornbury

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You're eating, drinking, and breathing microplastics. Now what?

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What are the health implications of eating 250 pieces of microplastic per day?

Anna Robuck

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