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Hiller, biophysicist Selen Manioğlu and their colleagues had been using the antibiotics as a control for a different experiment.Here’s how mysterious last-resort antibiotics kill bacteria|Elise Cutts|November 8, 2022|Science News
Hiller’s team shared its new findings March 25 in Science Advances.
“Sometimes losing genes in evolutionary time frames can actually be adaptive or beneficial,” Hiller says.
Hiller and the Southeastern District declined to comment through an attorney, citing the ongoing litigation.Five former students allege sexual assault, misconduct at Lutheran school near Baltimore|Justin Wm. Moyer|May 28, 2021|Washington Post
Hiller has looked at what happens to animals that lack genes whose inoperability is linked to diseases in humans.By Losing Genes, Life Often Evolved More Complexity|Viviane Callier|September 1, 2020|Quanta Magazine
In the summer, when business is bigger, Hiller estimates the chefs use about nine barrels of wood a day.
“I try to use the wood like Native Americans used buffalo,” Hiller says.
Hiller opens a barrel, lifts out wood particles and pieces of kindling, and lets them run through his fingers.
The smell of campfire hangs in the air above the axman—30-year-old Brooklynite Alex Hiller.
Hiller challenged Romney, asking “When was the last time you stood up for gay rights?”Best Moments from the NBC’s Sunday New Hampshire Debate (Video)|The Daily Beast Video|January 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Hiller says that Chopin played his E minor Concerto and some of his mazurkas and nocturnes.
Hiller says that all the musical celebrities of Paris were there, and that Chopin's performances took everybody by storm.
And it was at her house that the interesting contention of Chopin with Liszt and Hiller took place.
It was well for Chopin that he was so abundantly provided with friends, for, as Hiller told me, he could not do without company.
According to what I learned from Hiller, Chopin took an interest in literature but read very little.