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Washington Post highlights CEB’s collaborative research with Russia

The collaborative research between the University of Tennessee, Princeton University, and the Institute of Physicochemical and Biological Problems in Soil Science, Russia on isolation of diverse microorganisms was highlighted in the Washington Post (https://www.sciencealert.com/ancient-plants-and-animals-reawaken-after-40-000-years-of-the-deepest-icy-slumbers). Along with bacteria, Dr. Tatiana Vishnivetskaya and co-authors found Pleistocene-aged nematodes that survived 41,000 years being frozen in Siberian permafrost.