Tag: bacteria


The tragic 2010 blowout at the BP Deepwater Horizon oil platform left the United States and world in shock, as massive quantities of crude oil streamed unabated from the undersea well. Everyone looked on as scientific experts helplessly tried for Read more…


Biofuels have the potential to come from any number of sources. On one end of the spectrum we have a variety of crops and plant based biofuels that extend all the way to algae based biofuels, while on the other Read more…


(Reuters) – The Toronto Zoo has a solution to global warming: elephant dung. Canada’s biggest zoo is inviting bids for a gasification plant that will turn its elephant, rhino and other large animal manure into clean electricity and heat. “No Read more…


A nanorobot which defends a single cell against dangers such as the AIDS virus or H1N1 is the main character of a video game about molecular biology that is being developed by the Universidad Santo Tomas, in Chile. Kokori, which Read more…


You’ve probably heard the reports about drugs in our water that aren’t removed by traditional wastewater treatment. Maybe you’ve heard about the harmful byproducts spawned when chlorine is used in the water treatment process. Here’s a new one: Super bacteria Read more…

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