The first living organisms may have relied on nickel and sulphur to obtain energy and sustain themselves. That is the conclusion of a study that shows how nickel sulphide can transform simple chemicals into many of the substances that underpin life. It is one of several recent studies indicating that life-like processes can be kick-started by metals.
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“We are able to build up important biomolecules from simple precursors,” says Claudia Huber at the Technical University of Munich in Germany.
Huber and her colleagues have spent over 20 …