Es como algo salido de la ciencia ficción. Research led by the Bigelow Laboratory of Ocean Sciences has revealed that a group of microbes, that feed on chemical reactions triggered by radioactivity, have been at an evolutionary snout for millions of years. Discovery could have significant implications for biotechnology applications and scientific understanding of microbial evolution.
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