June 17, 2017

Today: A few job searches, a lot of microbes in the news (as we all ponder our bread choices), and some articles about microbes in the wild.

Events and jobs

Assistant Professor-Microbiology (Tenure-Track) – The College of New Jersey

Microbiology Technician – Matchtech, England

Microbiology Analyst – Stericycle, Massachusetts

Animal microbiome

Patterns of seasonality and group membership characterize the gut microbiota in a longitudinal study of wild Verreaux’s sifakas (Propithecus verreauxi) – Springer et al, Ecology and Evolution

Water and extremophile microbiome

Undocumented Potential For Primary Productivity In A Globally-Distributed Bacterial Photoautotroph – Graham et al, bioRxiv (pre-print)

Microbes in the news

White or Whole Wheat Bread Study May Shed Light on Diet Failure – Patrick Keeffe, HealthLine

Gene transfer keeps bacteria fit – University of Basel, Phys.org

In dying, blood-starved heart, bacteria injections offer cellular life support – Beth Mole, Ars Technica

New antibiotic effective against drug-resistant bacteria – Rutgers University, Science Daily

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