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9/19/2013

Stanford researchers have created a microbial battery that uses exoelectrogenic microbes (shown here) that produce electricity as they digest plant and animal waste.
Stanford researchers have created a microbial battery that uses exoelectrogenic microbes (shown here) that produce electricity as they digest plant and animal waste.

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