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Unveiling Ancient Microbial Life: Iron-Sulfur Minerals as Signatures of Early Earth Bacteria

(IN BRIEF) Researchers from the Universities of Tübingen and Göttingen have uncovered potential biosignatures of early life on Earth by studying iron-sulfur minerals in hydrothermal vents, known as black smokers, deep in the ocean. These mineral formations, resembling spherical pyrite … Read the full press release