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Bonnie Bassler Quotes

I like me a little bit more when i'm with you - Love Quotes
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Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results - Albert Einstein Quotes
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We mostly don’t get sick. Most often, bacteria are keeping us well.  (Bonnie Bassler Quotes) It’s a manic-depressive life. You run in here, you open your incubator, your experiment makes no sense, you think, ‘I hate this job.’ Then ten minutes later you think, ‘Well, now, maybe I’ll try this or I’ll try that.’ You do it because you know there will be an ‘a-ha!’ day.  (Bonnie Bassler Quotes) What’s great about bacteria is you have a surprise every day waiting for you because they’re so fast, they grow overnight.  (Bonnie Bassler Quotes) In my lab, we are always thinking about how cells, bacterial cells, can talk to each other and then organize themselves into enormous groups that function in unison.  (Bonnie Bassler Quotes) I want to make a drug. I want the science to be more than imaginary, where I think, ‘We’re learning these fundamental principles, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.’ I think we are doing that, but I want to do something really practical. I want to actually, in my lifetime, help people.  (Bonnie Bassler Quotes) Science is difficult and slow no matter who you are. The hours are long, and the glorious ‘aha’ days come only very infrequently. You have to keep believing that if you put in the hours, those days will indeed come!  (Bonnie Bassler Quotes) [Bacteria] have an incredibly complicated chemical lexicon that ... allows bacteria to be multicellular. In the spirit of TED they’re doing things together because it makes a difference.  (Bonnie Bassler Quotes) Think about all kinds of infectious diseases, like mumps or measles or chicken pox. When a virgin population encountered those pathogens, it ravaged the population, and now they’re childhood diseases, and eventually they won’t even be that. That’s our relationship with bacteria, going through time.  (Bonnie Bassler Quotes) All these bacteria that coat our skin and live in our intestines, they fend off bad bacteria. They protect us. And you can’t even digest your food without the bacteria that are in your gut. They have enzymes and proteins that allow you to metabolize foods you eat.  (Bonnie Bassler Quotes) I went to UC Davis because I wanted to be a vet. It’s a great profession if it’s right for you, but it’s memorizing the bones and the muscles, and I am terrible at stuff like that. Also, there’s a lot of blood and gore involved.  (Bonnie Bassler Quotes) By weight, you are more human than bacteria, because your cells are bigger, but by numbers, it’s not even close.  (Bonnie Bassler Quotes) When antibiotics first came out, nobody could have imagined we’d have the resistance problem we face today. We didn’t give bacteria credit for being able to change and adapt so fast.  (Bonnie Bassler Quotes) Most bacteria aren’t bad. We breathe and eat and ingest gobs of bacteria every single moment of our lives. Our food is covered in bacteria. And you’re breathing in bacteria all the time, and you mostly don’t get sick.  (Bonnie Bassler Quotes) So, okay, I’m not a genius. Vincent Van Gogh and Albert Einstein were geniuses.  (Bonnie Bassler Quotes) When antibiotics became industrially produced following World War II, our quality of life and our longevity improved enormously. No one thought bacteria were going to become resistant  (Bonnie Bassler Quotes) Bacteria mineralized the rocks; they deposited the iron. They made the geology we see  (Bonnie Bassler Quotes) You think of yourselves as human beings, but I think of you as 99 percent bacterial  (Bonnie Bassler Quotes) The goal of scientists is you hope that the thing you’re working on is bigger than the thing you’re pipetting into that tube at the moment  (Bonnie Bassler Quotes)