Scientists Awaken Deep Sea Bacteria After 100 Million Years
Scientists Awaken Deep Sea Bacteria After 100 Million Years
The microbes had survived on trace amounts of oxygen and were able to feed and multiply once revived in the lab.
Scientists Awaken Deep Sea Bacteria After 100 Million Years
Scientists Awaken Deep Sea Bacteria After 100 Million Years

The microbes had survived on trace amounts of oxygen and were able to feed and multiply once revived in the lab.

The microbes had survived on trace amounts of oxygen and were able to feed and multiply once revived in the lab.

geobiology
Microbial Life Discovered 2.4 Km Deep in Canadian Mine
Microbial Life Discovered 2.4 Km Deep in Canadian Mine
Catherine Offord | Aug 23, 2019
Scientists cultivate sulfate-reducing microbes from some of the oldest-known water on Earth.
Fossilized Lipids Confirm <em>Dickinsonia</em> as One of the Earliest Animals
Fossilized Lipids Confirm Dickinsonia as One of the Earliest Animals
Ruth Williams | Sep 20, 2018
An analysis of organic material from 500-million-year-old fossils upholds the theory that the mysterious creatures were early forms of animal life.
Summoned From the Depths
Summoned From the Depths
Anna Azvolinsky | Feb 28, 2014
Geobiologist Roger Summons analyzes organic material in rocks found deep inside Earth, looking for evidence of how life originated and evolved on our planet—and possibly on Mars.