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Michigan State University Professor from the Department of microbiology and Molecular genetics . Kazim Associate with Kashef . Dr.
When Michigan State University artist Adam Brown learned of a type of bacteria, Cupriavidus metallidurans, that can extract pure gold from the toxic solution gold chloride (a totally artificial salt), he hurried to an expert colleague, microbiologist ...

At multiple sites, thousands of kilometers apart, he and his team found the bacterium Cupriavidus metallidurans living in biofilms on gold nuggets.
At multiple sites, thousands of kilometers apart, he and his team found the bacterium Cupriavidus metallidurans living in biofilms on gold nuggets.
At multiple sites, thousands of kilometers apart, he and his team found the bacterium Cupriavidus metallidurans living in biofilms on gold nuggets.
At multiple sites, thousands of kilometres apart, he and his team found the bacterium Cupriavidus metallidurans living in biofilms on gold nuggets.

I batteri in questione fanno parte della famiglia dei Cupriavidus metallidurans, microrganismi estremofili che alimentati con cloruro aurico rilasciano oro puro a 24 carati attraverso processi digestivi. La scoperta risolve un mistero che per decenni ...
Indeed, Nature reports that Mr Reith and his team found the bacterium Cupriavidus metallidurans living in biofilms on gold nuggets.
At multiple sites, thousands of kilometers apart, he and his team found the bacterium Cupriavidus metallidurans living in biofilms on gold nuggets.
Amerikaanse wetenschappers toonden enkele maanden terug al aan dat ook het organisme Cupriavidus metallidurans opgelost goud kan omzetten in tastbaar goud. Deze bacterie produceert het edelmetaal wel op een iets andere manier. Het organisme zet ...
At multiple sites, thousands of kilometers apart, he and his team found the bacterium Cupriavidus metallidurans living in biofilms on gold nuggets.
... in determinate condizioni riescano a produrre oro puro, i batteri in questione appartengano alla famiglia dei Cupriavidus metallidurans, microrganismi estremofili che alimentati con cloruro aurico rilasciano oro puro a 24 carati attraverso processi ...
This magical experiment has been done by microbiologist Kazem Kashefi and electronic artist Adam Brown, who discovered the bacteria, Cupriavidus Metallidurans, which can feed on gold and III chloride, a toxic liquid which can excrete pure 24 carat of ...
... bacterium with the Midas touch, Cupriavidus metallidurans, was coaxed into producing real gold nuggets simply by exposing it to copious amounts of gold chloride, a toxic liquid substance with no actual value but which is found naturally in the ...
All'interno i ricercatori hanno quindi hanno fatto crescere una colonia di batteri Cupriavidus metallidurans, microrganismi capaci di digerire un composto liquido molto tossico, chiamato cloruro aurico (AuCl3 o oro liquido) normalmente usato nell ...
The process, which they call microbial alchemy, involves combining the bacterium Cupriavidus metallidurans with gold chloride.
Kasjefi worked with Adam Brown, associate professor of electronic art and intermedia, and found the metal-tolerant bacteria Cupriavidus metallidurans can grow on massive concentrations of gold chloride - or liquid gold, a toxic chemical compound found ...
They reported that the bacteria Cupriavidus metallidurans is capable of resisting the toxic effects of gold chloride, and can transform large concentrations of the substance into 24-karat gold, science Daily reports.
A scientist and an artist have teamed up with a metal-tolerant bacterium called Cupriavidus metallidurans to produce gold nuggets in a glass bioreactor.
Slate reports that when the bacteria named Cupriavidus metallidurans was placed into an environment with toxic gold chloride, or liquid gold, the microscopic alchemist devoured the poison and "processed out" 24-karat gold nuggets about a week later.
Kashefi and Adam Brown, associate professor of electronic art and inter media, discovered the metal-tolerant bacteria Cupriavidus metallidurans can grow on massive concentrations of gold chloride. Gold chloride, or liquid gold, is a toxic chemical ...
... and his colleague Adam Brown, associate professor of electronic art and intermedia, created the precious metal with the help of the metal-tolerant bacterium Cupriavidus metallidurans, a "Superman-strength" strain that can withstand the intense ...
The installation shows the bacteria Cupriavidus metallidurans as it consumes liquid gold - a toxic metal - leaving behind a 24-karat gold byproduct.
The team at Michigan State University say that they found the bacteria Cupriavidus metallidurans is able to take so-called liquid gold (gold chloride, a toxic chemical found in nature) and turn it into 24-karat gold.
He and Adam Brown, associate professor of electronic art and intermedia, found that Cupriavidus metallidurans can grow on massive concentrations of gold chloride - a toxic chemical compound found in nature that is often known as liquid gold.
The bacteria Cupriavidus metallidurans, has shown it can withstand the incredible toxicity of gold chloride, a chemical compound found in nature that's also known as liquid gold.
To put it lightly, something sensational happens upon feeding large concentrations of toxic gold chloride (also known as liquid gold) to the bacteria Cupriavidus metallidurans. After about a week's time, the bacterium creates a 24-karat gold nugget ...
It's not a mineral. It's a bug. [Michigan State University]. The gold laboratory created by Kashefi and Brown. It contains the bacteria and the toxic crap they feed it.
... and his colleague Adam Brown, associate professor of electronic art and intermedia, created the precious metal with the help of the metal-tolerant bacterium Cupriavidus metallidurans, a "Superman-strength" strain that can withstand the intense ...
"Cupriavidus metallidurans can eat toxins and poop out gold nuggets," says Jesus Diaz at Gizmodo. Photo: Thinkstock/Stockbyte.
Professors Kazem Kashefi and Adam Brown utilized the bacteria Cupriavidus Metallidurans to process a naturally occurring toxic gas known as Gold Chloride into 99.9% pure 24-carat gold.
Kazem Kashefi and Adam Brown at Michigan State University discovered the bacteria Cupriavidus Metallidurans can eat toxins and excrete gold; through devouring gold chlroride this bacteria crates 99.9% pure gold.
The bacteria are known as Cupriavidus metallidurans and its talent is turning natural toxic chemicals into pure gold as its waste.
The researchers found that the metal-tolerant bacteria Cupriavidus metallidurans can grow on massive concentrations of gold chloride - or liquid gold, a toxic chemical compound found in nature.
It's not a mineral. It's a bug. [Michigan State University]. The gold laboratory created by Kashefi and Brown. It contains the bacteria and the toxic crap they feed it.
The researchers found that the metal-tolerant bacteria Cupriavidus metallidurans can grow on massive concentrations of gold chloride - or liquid gold, a toxic chemical compound found in nature.
The team at Michigan State University say that they found the bacteria Cupriavidus metallidurans is able to take so-called liquid gold (gold chloride, a toxic chemical found in nature) and turn it into 24-karat gold.
It's not a mineral. It's a bug. [Michigan State University]. The gold laboratory created by Kashefi and Brown. It contains the bacteria and the toxic crap they feed it.
This microbial magician, named Cupriavidus metallidurans, when placed in a minilab full of gold chloride, a nasty toxin, gobbled up the poison and, in about a week, processed it out as 24-karat nuggets of the precious yellow metal.
Researchers from the Michigan State University have found that the metal-tolerant bacteria 'Cupriavidus metallidurans' can grow on.
Cupriavidus metallidurans has been studied to understand the effect of heavy metals like mercury, cadmium, lead, chromium on the ecology since the bacterium is highly resistant to these metals.
Researchers at Michigan state university have now been able to use a bacteria to precisely this end. The bacteria in question, Cupriavidus metallidurans (discovered in 1976 in a metal processing factory ), turns gold chloride into pure 24-karat gold ...
That's according to two researchers (microbiologist Kazem Kashefi and electronic artist Adam Brown from Michigan State University), who discovered that a particular bacteria -- Cupriavidus metallidurans -- can feed on gold(III) chloride, a particularly ...


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