Bacteria help make cheese. Could they help solve global warming?
Researchers believe the microbes could convert methane to less toxic substances.
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Cow belches (and toots), landfills, rice fields, abandoned oil wells, fracking. The sources of methane — a major contributor to global warming — are many. And though efforts to reduce this noxious menace are incre…
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