NewsShock to bacteria activates nature’s electrical grid

17th August 2020by admin0
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The ocean floor and the ground beneath our feet are
riddled with tiny nanowires—1/100,000th the width of a human
hair—created by billions of bacteria that can generate electric
currents from organic waste. In new research published Aug. 17 in
the journal Nature Chemical Biology, Yale researchers describe how
this hidden power grid could be activated with a short jolt of
electric field.

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