Professor Margit Laimer has succeeded for the first time in making a 32,000-year-old plant blossom in vitro. It is the oldest plant that has ever been recultivated. The plant cells survived in the earth of Arctic silica in the Siberian permafrost. The biotechnologist speaks of a stroke of luck:
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