Bacteria Apparently Send eVites to Each Other Through the Body

By Robby Berman, Contributing Writer

January 19, 2017



 


5 Coolest Things On Earth This Week: Snapchat for Pond Scum?

By Tomas Kellner

January 13, 2017



 


We now know bacteria can communicate electrically, and we should be worried

By David Nield

January 13, 2017



 


Bacterial blobs broadcast electrical messages to recruit other species

By Amy Middleton

January 13, 2017



 


Bacteria Use Electrical Zaps to Recruit Others to Their Slime Colonies

By Bryson Masse

January 12, 2017



 


Bacteria communicate with other species to recruit them

By Katherine Lindemann, Editor

January 12, 2017



 


Bacteria Send Electrical Pulses as Recruitment Ads

By Ed Yong, The Atlantic Staff Writer

January 12, 2017



 


Bacteria Can Convey Electrical Messages the Same Way Neurons Do

By Diana Kwon, Science Journalist

March 1, 2016



 


Bacterial Biofilms: A Charged Environment

National Institute of General Medical Sciences

By Kathryn Calkins, Biomedical Beat Reporter

December 7, 2015



 


Bacteria communicate like neurons, study finds

By Bradley J. Fikes, UT San Diego Biotechnology Reporter

October 21, 2015



 


Biologists discover bacteria communicate like neurons in the brain

Cell & Microbiology

October 21, 2015



 


Bacteria 'talk' to each other to coordinate their actions, research says

By Adam Lusher, Journalist

October 21, 2015



 


Bacteria 'TALK' to each other: Microbes communicate by exchanging electrical signals like brain cells

By Rachel Reilly, Science and Technology Editor

October 21, 2015



 


Bacteria 'use electrical signals' to communicate with each other

Science News

October 21, 2015



 


Bacteria 'use electrical signals' to communicate with each other

Yahoo News UK

October 21, 2015



 


Conflict and co-operation in bacterial communities

By Anand Jagatia

August 5, 2015



 


Bacterial Hunger Games

Produced by Alexa Lim, Associate Producer

Elah Feder, Radio Intern

July 24, 2015



 


Bacteria are many things, but selfish isn't one of them scientists say

Washington Post Health and Science News

By Robert Gebelhoff

July 23, 2015



 


UC San Diego Researchers Uncover Key to Bacterial Communities' Survival

KPBS Midday Edition

By Maureen Cavanaugh, Patty Lane, Peggy Pico

July 22, 2015



 


Biofilm Harmony Arises from Metabolic Co-dependence, Not Bacterial Altruism

GEN News Highlight

July 22, 2015



 


Resolving social conflict is key to survival of bacterial communities

Picture of the Day

July 23, 2015




 

Resolving social conflict is key to survival of bacterial communities

July 22, 2015



 


Resolving social conflict is key to survival of bacterial communities

July 22, 2015




 


Resolving social conflict is key to survival of bacterial communities

Cell & Microbiology News

July 22, 2015



 


Gurol Suel, Biological Sciences Section in Molecular Biology

Official UCSD Youtube Channel

July 1, 2015



 



Cells in Living Things Fight Noise with Noise

By Emily Singer and Quanta Magazine

May 27, 2014



 



The Jelly Roll of Life

Schaechter ASM Blog

By Jacqueline Humphries

May 12, 2014



 



New Discoveries and Significant Wrinkles in a Dynamic Field

Report on the ASM 6th Conference on Biofilms

Manuscript by Susanne Haussler and Clay Fuqua

April 26, 2013



 



Patterns of cell death aid in the formation of beneficial wrinkles during the development of bacterial biofilms

Editor's Choice in Microbiology

By Kerry Grens, Associate Editor

January 1, 2013



 



To Know, but Not Understand: David Weinberger on Science and Big Data

By David Weinberger, Senior researcher at Berkman Center, Harvard University

January 3, 2012



 



Will Robots Steal Your Jobs?

By Farhad Manjoo, Technology columnist, New York Times

September 30, 2011



 



Limits

Podcast

Season 7 Episode 3

April 5, 2010



 



Discussion on designing and building gene regulatory circuits in Bacillus subtilis

Cell Press with Dr. Fabiola Rivas

October 29, 2009