Jill A. Mikucki

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Microbes Thrive in Antarctic Lake Buried Beneath Ice

Microbes have made a home in a lake trapped beneath an 800-meter-thick ice sheet in Antarctica.

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A Community of Ancient Bacteria

We'll talk with researcher studying a community of bacteria that has been isolated from the surface for millions of years.

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