That’s right bacteria. Researchers from University of East Anglia in the UK and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in the US have made a breakthrough in figuring out the process by which bacteria are able to transfer an electrical charge. The clever bacteria called Shewanella Oneidensis, can according to the scientists, open the door to efficient microbial fuel cells (that is ‘bio-batteries’ to the rest of us).
This paves the way for generating clean electricity in the future.
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