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this is an expensive precious metals and not all items usually associated with one another this fungus whites what's fungus is best known for eating death woods but scientists have discovered it has another use a couple one particular expensive elements palladium from industrial waste water with a metal appears as a buy products in other words what goes down the drain isn't necessarily going on there we tie wastewaters industrial outfit on celeb waste which is rich in palladium and %HESITATION we wants to recycle and recover it's %HESITATION we've discovered that a special type of fungi Cade not only are zorb palladium but also to reduce palladium and produce palladium nana particles if it sounds complex that's because the kids but palladium overtook gold and platinum as the world's priciest Messel Elliott this year is largely used vehicle exhaust to Cup home for the missions and amounts is pushed up the price so this could be good news for industry in the future , unfortunately at this process doesn't benefit the car industry itself right now but it could be used to sign to say in chemistry to help develop new pharmaceuticals I'm possibly for use in future fuel cells