3 Future Oil-Spill Fighters: Sponges, Superbugs, and Herders

National Geographic: In the past 20 years we've traded pagers for smart phones and library cards for Kindles. But the joint federal-industry task force charged with responding to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill is still using cleanup methods that haven't changed much since the days of the Exxon Valdez. Nearly four million gallons of oil have already spewed into the Gulf since the BP-leased Deepwater Horizon rig sank last month. Amid efforts to cap the seafloor leak, cleanup workers have been using ......

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