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Latest News on Microbes
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Jun 17, 2019
Indian researchers find heat-resistant bacteria that survived meteorite impactThe bacteria were found to grow in temperatures up to 60 degrees and in areas with high salt content.
Jun 11, 2019
Scientists develop microbes which consume CO2 to produce biodegradable plastics, fuels"We’re looking at a technique that could improve CO2 capture to combat climate change," said researcher Prashant Nagpal
May 29, 2019
Korvaa aiming to be world's first pair of headphones made out of microbesThe headphone is made of yeast, fungus, biosynthetic spider silk, and mycelium-cellulose composite.
May 09, 2019
IIT Mandi scientists develop glass that removes pollutants from water using sunlightThis glass can be used by industries to de-contaminate wastewater and help curb air pollution.
Apr 24, 2019
Holy Mother! Scientists find environmentally safe way to create mother of pearlUsing bacteria, scientist in New York found a way to grow nacre that is very close to the real thing.
Apr 09, 2019
Mars meteorite buried in Antarctica holds evidence of bacterial life on Red PlanetMineralised forms of organic matter like different kinds of bacteria were found in the meteorite.
Jan 05, 2019
Scientists hunt for microbes under Antarctica to understand habitats on Mars, moonsThey announced their discovery of microbes in the subglacial lake in 2013, receiving worldwide attention.
Sep 20, 2018
First bacteria to colonize our gut affects how we fights chronic disease as adultsThe adult gut microbiome is quite similar to the microbiome first introduced, the results show.
Jul 31, 2018
Contrary to current understanding, bacteria too can become extinct: StudyFor the study, researchers used massive DNA sequencing to create the first evolutionary tree.
Apr 02, 2018
Clouds of Venus may possibly have alien life as scientists suggest microbes may have evolved on the planetThe surface conditions on the planet, however, are known to be inhospitable, with temperatures soaring above 450 degrees Celsius.