Thursday, 17 May 2018 19:15

TWiM 176 Letters

Amir writes:

Hey guys, hello from sunny Israel (83F, perfect beach weather)
Thanks a lot for the podcasts, I'm really enjoying them.
I'm hearing a lot recently about the E.coli outbreak in romaine lettuce , and was wondering...
Do you know how do they trace the source and the specific bacteria?

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Wednesday, 02 May 2018 14:59

TWiM 175 Letters

Dallas writes:

In your discussions about the chemosynthetic bacteria, you mentioned metabolism of H2, CO, and methane.

In terms of energy available, methane has both the highest concentration, up around 1.7 ppmv vs. 0.5 for H2 and 0.1 for CO...

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Thursday, 19 April 2018 16:09

TWiM 174 Letters

8 Nadia writes: - book giveaway winner

Dear TWIMers,

I am writing to win the book contest. When I heard you were giving away a book I was excited...and then I heard you were giving away a book about Clinical Laboratory Managment (my chosen career path) and I was ecstatic. Could you imagine the emotion I will feel if I win the book?

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Thursday, 15 March 2018 18:15

TWiM 172 Letters

Shishir writes:

Hi to all the TWIM presenters.

I enjoy the twim immensely and use the information in my teaching activities.

The discussion on  food washing was interesting as were other topics. This reminded me of one of our studies on coriander (cilantro) where we detected Salmonella and Shigella in unwashed specimens. The paper is under publication in BMC Research notes, soon to see the daylight.

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Thursday, 22 February 2018 13:35

TWiM 171 Letters

Harry writes:

Dear TWIMers,

I hope my entry for the book is not too late.  I enjoyed Dickson on TWIM, and look forward to more cross pollination of the TWIX hosts for their insights...

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Wednesday, 07 February 2018 21:45

TWiM 170 Letters

Anthony writes:

Late last night in that little interval between exhaustion and sleep after showering, I take a cat for a little walk in the hallway,  I then sit on the steps with her for a few minutes.  My thoughts strayed to Chimpanzees, wondering how they bear a tropical climate without bathing...

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Wednesday, 24 January 2018 16:00

TWiM 169 Letters

Tim writes:

Hello, my name is Tim, a current high school senior in Connecticut and a new listener to TWiM. You guys are truly inspiring the next generation of scientists with what you do.

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Thursday, 04 January 2018 19:48

TWiM 168 Letters

Hannah writes:

Dear TWiM hosts,

My lab's journal club is doing this paper today, and I thought it'd be a good fit for TWiM (or maybe even TWiEVO). It's about insect endosymbionts that regulate their own virulence through quorum sensing...

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Thursday, 07 December 2017 13:18

TWiM 166 Letters

Kayla writes:

Dear Microbe-crew,

It is currently 9 degrees C in Cheongju in South Korea.

I have been listening to Twim for over 2 years now.

I am from Cork in Ireland, I graduated from University college cork a little over 2 years ago with a Microbiology degree and started working in a lab in Cork...

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Thursday, 30 November 2017 13:36

TWiM 165 Letters

Anthony writes:

Disneyland shuts down cooling towers over Legionnaires' cases...

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