Discovering methane eating mycobacterium

Romanian speleologist Serban Sarbu collects samples in the cave
© Jean-Fran├žois Flot/ Serban Sarbu

Discovering methane eating mycobacterium

Event

Join the Pint of Science lecture where Paul Bodelier and Chrats Melkonian tell us all about their recent discovery of Mycobacterium (a type of immobile, rod-shaped bacteria) that live on eating methane. Hear what we can learn from these microbes and how we can use that to tackle the issues facing methane in our atmosphere today.

Pint of Science
Pint of Science Lecture by Paul Bodelier