How to succeed in keeping your New Year’s resolution
New Year’s Eve is coming up, a holiday when many people choose to make a New Year’s resolution. They may be hard to keep, but research shows there is one possible way to succeed – rephrase your resolution.
New research, funded by the Swedish research council and the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation (KAW), has revealed for the first time a large fully intact component of the lipopolysaccharide (LPS) biosynthesis machinery in Gram-negative bacteria. This new structure from the model organism E. coli provides a structural context to over a decade’s worth of previous biochemical studies and creates new possibilities in the development of novel therapies to combat the growing global problem of infections due to antibiotic-resistant bacteria. The study is published in the scientific journal Nature Communications.
We welcome all students interested in volunteering as Language Cafe coordinators during the spring term of 2021 to an information meeting at Språkstudion. Both new and enrolled coordinators are invited, and all languages are welcome!
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