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It has been known for almost 80 years that the small marine molecule iodinin kills bacteria. Unfortunately, natural iodinin is useless as a drug, but new results suggest that analogues of iodinin can be used as effective drugs against both aggressive leukemia cells and antibiotics-resistant bacteria.
We think of oceans as being stable and permanent. However, they move at about the same speed as your fingernails grow.
“Why We Post” is a project about the use and consequences of social media. Professor Danny Miller and his team have studied users around the globe, resulting in surprising conclusions. On November 21, you can hear his lecture at UiO.