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In These Microbes, Iron Works Like Oxygen

by University of Wisconsin-Madison
Some of the iron-metabolizing bacteria appear quite early on the tree of life, making the studies relevant to discovering the origins of life

New Lab Project Explores Uncharted Environmental Frontier of Subsurface Ecogenomics

by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
The key to a better understanding of the carbon cycle, the flow of contaminants, even the sustainable growth of biofuel crops, starts with the ground beneath your feet. More specifically, it starts with the genomes of the microbes that live in the water and sediment beneath your feet.