Have you ever seen a crayfish with tentacles as well as pincers? Well your opportunity to do so is slowly slipping away, as is the very existence of Australia’s magnificent Mountain Spiny Crayfish along with it’s flatworm symbionts, temnocephalan. When you’ve evolved a specialised lifestyle alongside your host since the Cretaceous period, the chances that... Read More »Read more »
Nowadays, antibiotics are so commonly used that increasing numbers of bacterial strains have evolved resistance to such drugs. The World Health Organization classes multi-drug-resistant (MDR) bacteria as a serious threat to global health. In a paper published yesterday in Scientific Reports, researchers from Yale University describe a new approach to fighting MDR bacteria with the... Read More »Read more »
Postdoc research complete. Data analysed. Discussion developed and conclusions set. You commence your search for an appropriate journal in which to publish your key findings and you happen across ‘Advances in Aerospace Science and Technology.’ Sounds legit. You develop your paper based on the journal’s editorial guidelines and submit it with yo...Read more »
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