Joel Barker

How different bacteria may actually collaborate with each other

Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to report on research that indicates that different kinds of bacteria may actually work together, collaboratively, to produce a commonly beneficial result, and the implications therein for medical research.

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Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to report on new research discoveries on how to use a patient’s own blood plasma to heal and extend life.
Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to report on a new way to store renewable energy and deliver it when the sun doesn’t shine, plus more efficient and productive solar-catching photocells.
Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to report on ground-breaking research that uses goat’s milk to create a treatment for cancer that builds on an already tested model on rats, but with more volume of product.
Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to report on a new kind of “spreadable” battery innovation that increases density and stability ten-fold.
Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to report on an application of UV rays that doesn’t harm people, but kills viruses 99% of the time, plus, a new way to improve water quality.