> And in Naples, prof. D'Argegno and prof. Geraci broke
> a meteorite (4.5*10^9 years old ?) and took out many
> archeo-bacteria, having a (primitive) Dna. These
> archeo-bacteria revive and also move in water.
> A big story from Naples University, today.
And now they are also cloning these archeo-bacteria
(unfortunately just in italian)
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