A Ceramic Biosphere For Benign Bugs
GLASS-LIKE CERAMICS, USED in everything from superstrong composites to bone implants, are still full of surprises. Edward J.A. Pope has coaxed from them an entirely new class of what he calls "living" materials that encapsulate live micro-organisms in ceramic.
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