Antibiotics – the molecular atom bombs

Antibiotics – the molecular atom bombs

Antibiotics – the molecular atom bombs When Alexander Fleming discovered the antibiotic in 1928, he did not yet know that he had scientifically implemented what the ancient Egyptians, Chinese and Indians had already known long before him. The healing effect of...
The vaginal microbiome

The vaginal microbiome

The vaginal microbiome How the tiniest helpers protect the female vagina In recent years, interest in our microbiome has grown tremendously. Not only science, but also the general public is becoming more and more interested in the effects that the tiniest living...
The outdated detection

The outdated detection

The outdated detection Why today’s products are still being tested with yesterday’s microbiological technologies. Walking through the supermarket offers access to a wide variety of foods and beverages. Colorful advertising promises maximum enjoyment at...
We are bacteria

We are bacteria

We are bacteria A new look at us humans Humans consist of countless bacteria. 10-100 times more than human body cells. While the number of the latter is about one trillion, the amount of bacteria is estimated to be 10-100 trillion. That is quite a lot. But without...
Bacteria are the good ones

Bacteria are the good ones

Bacteria are the good ones The defamation of our best friends Bacteria play an essential role in human evolution. Through their gene pool, we have been able to adapt to new environmental conditions over time and thus survive. Without the genetic material of bacteria...