Tobacco Viruses Can Help Water Blow Off Steam​ | Video​

Legions of viruses that infect the leaves of tobacco plants could be the key to making power plants safer and electronics more powerful. The tiny protein bundles, which were once a threat to that staple cash crop in the 1800s, are now helping researchers like Drexel University’s Matthew McCarthy better understand and enhance the processes of boiling and condensation.

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