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Joining 3.5 Billion Years of Microbial Invention

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solaris
Posted: 05.13.08, 09:08 AM
Kudos for this avant-garde team!
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sactownjudge
Posted: 04.03.08, 04:42 PM
This stuff is genuinely on the frontiers of science. CO2 as a feedstock to create "fourth generation fuel" is esp interesting. I'm guessing it won't happen tomorrow or the next day but it does seem that this stuff is legitimately on the horizon.
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lisasimpson
Posted: 04.03.08, 04:23 PM
whatevs, CO4E. The section on the number of microbes around us at any given time -- not to mention the number we absorb by sitting in a room with other people for an hour-- is mind blowing. (but there is a bit of an 'ewwww' factor.)
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CO4E
Posted: 03.26.08, 08:47 PM
Pharmaceuticals' interest is shareholders. The shareholders are the culprits. Not the companies.
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CO4E
Posted: 03.26.08, 01:01 PM
bacteriorhodpsin+computation
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