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Cooking Up A River In The Lab

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Cooking Up A River In The Lab

Cooking Up A River In The Lab

Cooking Up A River In The Lab

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For almost 100 years, scientists have been trying to create a meandering river in the laboratory. Christian Braudrick and Bill Dietrich of University of California, Berkeley, finally found a recipe and published it in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences this week.