|Baboon on Kenyan roadside
But the first sentence reads: "Life on Earth dramatically surged around three billion years ago, possibly when primitive forms developed more efficient ways to harness energy from sunlight, according to a study published on Sunday in Nature."
But if life on earth "dramatically surged... [out of] primitive forms [of life]," then such surging was not the beginning of life.
So I'd say the title is misleading. There's no abiogenesis here. Instead, we have more complex life coming from more primitive life.