Primordial Pac-Man: Oil droplet hints at life's origin


By Michael Marshall Simple oil drops show that if you get the conditions right, basic life may emerge almost fully formed WHEN Stanley Miller and Harold Urey created amino acids by shooting sparks through a “primordial atmosphere” of methane, ammonia, hydrogen and water, biologists thought a full understanding of the origins of life was within reach. Almost 60 years on from the most famous origin-of-life experiment of them all, we’re still waiting. Could that be because biologists have been looking at the wrong part of the experiment?
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