Anammox Bacteria Allow Wastewater to be Used for Generating Electricity
May 29, 2020 | Biotechnology
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Anammox bacteria can be persuaded to generate electricity from wastewater if they are grown on electrodes in the absence of nitrite. The finding is the result of new research carried out by microbiologists at Radboud University, in collaboration with colleagues from the US and Saudi Arabia, published in Nature Communications. It's the final piece of the puzzle in a long scientific investigation by lead researcher Mike Jetten... More of this in the Phys.Org Blog.
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