Scientists propose using yeast to clean up radioactive waste sites in a safe, cost-effective and eco-friendly manner

Scientists propose using yeast to clean up radioactive waste sites in a safe, cost-effective and eco-friendly manner
(Natural News) Yeast may hold potential as a safe and cost-effective material for cleaning up large volumes of acidic radioactive liquid wastes, experts reported in the journal Frontiers in Microbiology. The scientists explained that yeast contains strong properties that could withstand radiation emitted from radioactive sites, which continue to contaminate the environment following the end of the Cold War era….
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