Bugs sprouting tiny, tiny wires

When Yuri Gorby discovered that a microbe that makes toxic metals safe can sprout tiny electrically-conductive wires from its cell membrane, he reasoned this anatomical oddity and its metal-changing physiology must be related. Bacteria will, under particular environmental conditions sprout nanowires that can shuttle electricity to other cells.

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