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Russian scientists believe they have found a wholly new type of bacteria in the subglacial Lake Vostok in Antarctica.
Researchers defend their finding that microbes integrated arsenic into their cells.
Flushing unused antibiotics down the toilet is leading to a growing problem of drug-resistant bacteria.
Biologists have engineered bacteria to commit altruistic suicide.
Complicated love on the rocks, sand, and shoreline of ancient lakes made early life interesting.
Submarine vents provide a substrate for life well after the vents themselves become inactive.
The forest nitrogen cycle begins with 100-year-old trees and the moss that grows on them.
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