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Lintern is a geochemist with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, or CSIRO, in Kensington, Western Australia. A team he headed has just announced finding tiny grains of the precious metal in the leaves of eucalyptus trees. If you’re picturing gold leaves glittering in the sun, forget it. The specks of leaf-bound gold are only one-fifth the width of a human hair and just about as long, Lintern points out. In fact, to find these nano-nuggets his group had to team up with specialists at a major scientific facility called the Australian synchrotron.
The leaves are not worth mining. Geologists have actually known for years about the value of using plant or animal material to explore for buried minerals. Lintern wasn’t actually looking for new gold, however. The company that Worrall works for helps mining companies use biogeochemical prospecting. Plant and Animal Characteristics (K.10AB) Science.
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On July 29, 1958, President Eisenhower signed into law the National Aeronautics and Space Act, which provided federal funding for research into space flight. Just over two months later, on Oct. 1, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) began operations. They responded quickly to the gauntlet thrown down by the Soviet Union with the 1957 launch of Sputnik and set to work exploring the universe around us. A little more than a decade after being created, NASA successfully sent men to the Moon. Inspired by every new victory and challenged by each setback, NASA continues to explore the limits of space, sending regular missions out to seek new answers about what lies beyond our ken.
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