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Scientists are using plants and microbes co-habiting with them to clean up oil spills in land and water. The technique can make certain plants' ability to remove contamination more efficient.
Scientists have found a way to turn microorganisms into mini-factories that help fight climate change while producing useful chemicals and fuels.
Scientists have captured microbes that digest pollutants and generate electricity, raising hope that such ‘electrogenic’ organisms could become a new source of power one day.