Bacteria and fungi were hurled into Earth’s middle stratosphere, which resembles many of Mars’ harsh conditions.
Researchers spotted phosphines in the planet’s hazy atmosphere.
Water bear don't care.
A scientist gets cozy with the most alien microbes in the world
Humans aren't the only species that try to get rid of bacteria
Life on Earth -- in unexpected places.
In one of the most isolated places on Earth, sealed off for 15 million years, life teems. Some of it...
With no meal for 86 million years, and barely enough oxygen to sustain metabolism, can a single-celled organism really be...
A species of deep sea crab, named, as more things should be, after the Himalayan snow monster, grows its own...
Discovery could lead to new pharmaceuticals
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