Teen researchers study copper’s germ-killing prowess
The germ responsible carries genes from other flu viruses
Researchers in Antarctica drilled through a half-mile of ice to reach water that hasn’t had contact with the atmosphere for thousands of years.
Microbes in the mud beneath the seafloor may live millions of years, redefining what it means to be old and alive
Germs that cause a so-called tropical disease make themselves at home in frosty Alaska
Microbes in a fuel cell can generate electricity from plant and animal waste in water.