دو دانشمند جوان که پلاستيك‌‌ها را با كمك باكتريها متلاشى مى‌‌كنند

TED2013 · 9:20 · Filmed Feb 2013
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همينكه پلاستيك خلق شود، (تقريبا) ديگر هرگز نمی‌ميرد. ميراندا ونگ و جنى يائو در سال تحصیلی دوازدهم خود، به تحقيق درباره باكتريهاى جديدى پرداختند كه قادر به تجزيه پلاستيك هستند— بويژه از طريق از بين بردن فتالاتها، كه يكى از مواد مضر سازنده پلاستيك است. به طرز شگفت آوری، آنها پاسخ را جايى نزديك به محل زندگی‌شان يافتند.

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