Georgia Tech scientists Patricia Sobecky, left, and Martial Taillefert study a microbe with digestive byproducts that could make it
easier to clean up after uranium contamination.
Caption by: Bill Detwiler
Georgia Tech scientists study microbe with digestive byproducts that could ease nuclear-spill cleanups.
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