For the first time, scientists have developed a detailed explanation of how white-nose syndrome is killing millions of bats in North America.
Researchers look to restore the efficacy of drugs as bacteria continue to evolve.
Among the latest species called out by an international committee of taxonomists are skeleton shrimp and snails you can see through.
An art installation at MoMA PS1 in Queens will self-assemble from fungal "roots." Continue reading →
After year of bloody coughing, surgery on the man revealed aspergilloma, a relatively uncommon fungal infection that primarily appears in the lungs.
Not taking actions to help reduce the national rise in bat mortality could cost the United States billions of dollars.
While sipping the perfect wine for this New Year's midnight toast, thank the community of microorganisms that grew on the grapes.
Plastic wrap made with a layer of blue cheese fungus cleans itself.
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