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Scientists develop 'bacterial battery' - PCstats.com Scientists develop 'bacterial battery'
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Previous study has shown it is possible to use microbes to convert organic matter into electricity. But the process has been cumbersome and costly. Now, writing in the Journal Nature Biotechnology, researchers from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst in the US report how the bacterium Rhodoferax ferrireducens can turn simple sugars - found in fruit - into electricity. "There's been a lot of interest in microbial fuel cells trying to covert sugar into electricity," Derek Lovley of the university says.
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