David Vaughan Saves Coral Reefs One Coral At A Time - AARP
Marine biologist David Vaughan stumbled upon a method for growing coral faster than had previously been believed possible, a breakthrough that can add clean air to the planet, and has possible implications for treatment of cancer and tumors.
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