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Health experts often warn that the overuse of antibiotics is creating superbugs able to resist drugs treating infection. Now scientists at Indiana University and elsewhere have found evidence that an invisible war between microorganisms may also be catching humans in the crossfire.
The annual Perseid meteor shower, which will peak on the night of Aug. 12-13, is one of the most popular every year because it happens on warm summer nights, when gazing at the starry sky is always enjoyable. This year the moon will be new at the showers peak, so viewing conditions will be ideal in a clear dark sky.
The Indiana University Bloomington College of Arts and Sciences announced today a gift of over $4.46 million from alumnus Lawrence M. Blatt, a pioneering virologist and the founder of Alios BioPharma Inc. The gift will provide funding for an array of new and ongoing endowments.