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Chemists Plan For Life on Mars

News   Apr 01, 2020 | Original story from UC Berkeley

 
Chemists Plan For Life on Mars

A scanning electron micrograph of a nanowire-bacteria hybrid operating at the optimal acidity, or pH, for bacteria to pack tightly around the nanowires. Close packing gives more efficient conversion of solar energy to carbon bonds. The scale bar is 1/100 millimeter, or 10 microns. Credit: UC Berkeley/Peidong Yang

 
 
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