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Researchers force bacteria to evolve for life in a fuel cell

Posted on: August 7, 2009

Microbes normally create a charge difference in the course of their metabolism, but they don’t always respond well when humans try to harness that difference for usable energy. Researchers have now evolved some bacteria that tolerate life inside a fuel cell better, and produce twice the current.

Researchers force bacteria to evolve for life in a fuel cell – Ars Technica.

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