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Scientists discover how Giant Larvaceans provide a unique pathway for transporting microplastics down to deep-sea food webs.
When Dr. Gary Greenberg turned his microscope on beach sand, gemlike minerals, colourful coral fragments, and delicate microscopic shells emerged. You…
Incredible microorganisms discovered in Heart Lake Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, convert pollution while generating electrical energy in the process.
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