Surprising Bacterial Nanowire Discovery May Lead to Living and Self-Repairing Electrical Circuits

[ad_1] Bacteria producing nanowires made up of cytochrome OmcS. Credit: Ella Maru Studio Cooling Speeds Up Electrons in Bacterial Nanowires The ground beneath our feet and under the ocean floor is an electrically-charged grid created by bacteria “exhaling” excess electrons through tiny nanowires in an oxygen-depleted environment. By identifying the mechanism of electron flow, Yale […]

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Solar Nanowire-Nanotube Purification Filter Offers Easy Access To Clean Drinking Water

[ad_1] The prototype of the water purificator held by the Master project student Jerome Gabathuler. Credit: EPFL Even today, clean water is a privilege for many people across the world. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), at least 1.8 billion people consume water contaminated with feces, and by 2040, a large portion of the […]

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