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It could be that the plucky rovers we've sent to explore the Red Planet have brought with them unwelcome, hitchhiking bacteria.
Dozens of artistically inclined biologists used microbes and agar gel to craft selfies, still lifes and landscapes in petri dishes.
A series of laboratory tests show that some terrestrial bacteria would adapt well to the salty and sulfate-rich ocean believed to exist beneath the hard icy shell of Europa.
In us, on us, and everywhere around us is something that's guaranteed to make you squirm just thinking about it: bacteria. In fact, we each trail our own personal microbial cloud of it wherever we go. Join us for a gross and gnarly explainer.
You might think you're a coffee addict, but you've got nothing on the coffee borer beetle.
At this very minute, you are emitting a personal microbial cloud that is uniquely yours and can exist in a room even after you leave.
What will the future will be like, and how it will affect you personally? Well, actually, the medical future is already here.
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