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The sky is full of microscopic life, some of which might even trigger rain or snow.
Even without a brain, this slime mold knows where it’s been.
Scientists show evolution in action in decades-long E. coli study.
Microbes in the mud beneath the seafloor may live millions of years, redefining what it means to be old and alive.
Amazon villagers survive deadly disease carried by vampire bats.
Lake-dwelling bacterium has hard lumps inside it.
A common, cheap element offers hope against deadly bacterial infections.
Bacteria glow to get across the ocean inside animals’ guts.
Flu-causing viruses may live for days or even months outside the body.
Cats light up when an experiment is successful.
Bats under attack from a fungus send scientists searching for clues to solve a deadly mystery.
Tiny life forms in rock may coax minerals to release hydrogen for food.