Briefly: BoingBoing says this crazy zooming GIF is that of an amphipod. Or well, it starts with an amphipod and then moves into diatom and then reveals the bacterium. It's totally gross to imagine all the little invisible critters and germs on any given surface at any given time.
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Worry about dirty water when you're travelling, biking or hiking and don't want to fuss with a complicated, heavy filter or pollute the taste of your drinking water with chemical treatments? This new Naked Filter from Liquidity promises to remove "99.9999%" of bacteria and protozoa as you sip.
You know what's worse than bedbugs in hotels? All the parasites and invisible germs you don't see while taking public transport. You might as well be rolling around in a petri dish when you step on a bus, unless you have protection. Say, litres of hand sanitiser, or Betabrand's new germ-fighting transit jacket.
What happens when living organisms are bombarded with cosmic radiation for years on end? We don't know, unless comic books are allowed into the discussion. But an upcoming mission will put earthling microbes in the crossfire en route to Mars.
William C. Patrick III died last week. He was responsible for enough bioweaponry to kill every single person on the planet. And several other planets. And then, he spent the rest of his life fighting against his own deadly creations.
From the same company that makes toothbrush sanitisers comes the gadget sanitiser - seen here rinsing an iPhone with UV light to kill all the nasty germs living on it.