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Do bacteria die'
Death is not necessarily an inevitable outcome of life but a strategic choice for many,Ē says Milind Gajanan Watve, sitting in a first-floor office of a building overlooking the busy Karve Road in a suburb of Pune. The 49-year-old microbiology professor at Abasaheb Garware College is not delive...  | Read.. 
Before the big bang
Is that the way the universe began, not with a bang but with a whimper' Sir Roger Penrose, Emeritus Rouse Ball professor of mathematics at the Univers ...  | Read.. 
Do bacteria die'
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