Despite Progress and Money, NASA and ESA Not Yet Committed to Bringing Chips to Mars | GenomeWeb

Earlier this month, a team of researchers led by Andrew Steele of the Carnegie Institute of Washington returned from Svalbard, a Norwegian island located north of the Arctic Circle, where they managed to identify microbial organisms in ice-filled heat vents inside a volcano on the island using protein array technology.

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