3D Printing Microbes to Reduce Methane – 3DPrint.com

3D Printing Microbes to Reduce Methane – 3DPrint.com

3DPrint.com3D Printing Microbes to Reduce Methane3DPrint.comMSU Thermal Biology Institute director Brent Peyton, left, Center for Biofilm Engineering director Matthew Fields and graduate student Jacob Valenzuela sample microbes during a 2009 trip to the Yellowstone backcountry. [Image: Kelly Gorham/MSU].

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