Stories from bacteria:

BYU Chemistry Professor Daniel Austin

Smashing into a solid wall at 670 miles per hour doesn’t even leave a mark.

BYU Chemistry professor Daniel Austin and his graduate students are learning just how hard it can be to kill bacteria.

Four BYU professors from three colleges have joined forces on a multi-year, National Institutes of Health-sponsored effort to create a faster diagnostic test for drug-resistant blood infections.

The biological machinery needed to produce a potentially life-saving antibiotic is found in turkeys. Looks like there is one more reason to be grateful this Thanksgiving.

By carefully analyzing the genetics of specific bacteria killers, a BYU research team has been able to pinpoint where cheese contamination starts.