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Fragrant Moss: a Product of Synbio and a Symbol for the Future. - HuffPost

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http://news.google.com - HuffPostFragrant Moss: a Product of Synbio and a Symbol for the Future.HuffPostSome of you might remember the Kickstarter funded synthetic biology project Glowing plants (which I had also mentioned in an older post): in the spring of 2013 Antony Evans (CEO and founder of Glowing plants, renamed TAXA later) and his team had ...

Study of protein cages strengthens Bristol's position at forefront of synthetic biology - Gears Of Biz

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http://news.google.com - Gears Of BizStudy of protein cages strengthens Bristol's position at forefront of synthetic biologyGears Of BizA multidisciplinary team of mathematicians, theoretical physicists, chemists and biochemists from the University of Bristol came together to study the self-assembly of protein building into protein cages with possible applications in nanotechnology and ...

Synthetic biology start-ups doubled every five years in UK - Laboratory Talk

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http://news.google.com - Laboratory TalkSynthetic biology start-ups doubled every five years in UKLaboratory TalkNational centre for the commercialisation of synthetic biology, SynbiCITE, reveals in its report that £620 million has been raised since 2010. Of this 91% or £564 million came from private sources with just 9% from public sources. However, the report ...

Protein Cages May Have Applications in Nanotechnology and ... - Controlled Environments Magazine

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http://news.google.com - Controlled Environments MagazineProtein Cages May Have Applications in Nanotechnology and ...Controlled Environments MagazineA multidisciplinary team from the Bristol BioDesign Institute has come together to study the self-assembly of protein building into protein cages, leading to new ...and more »

Synthetic Biology Creates Living Computers - Hackaday

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http://news.google.com - HackadaySynthetic Biology Creates Living ComputersHackadayMost people have at least a fuzzy idea of what DNA is. Ask about RNA, though, and unless you are talking to a biologist, you are likely to get even more handwaving. We hackers might have to reread our biology text books, though, since researchers have ...

Study of protein cages strengthens Bristol's position at forefront of synthetic biology - EurekAlert (press release)

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http://news.google.com - EurekAlert (press release)Study of protein cages strengthens Bristol's position at forefront of synthetic biologyEurekAlert (press release)Our work sheds light on the self-assembly mechanisms in these cages, which can have widespread applications in material science and synthetic biology, including fabrication of metamaterials, targeted drug delivery, vaccine design and nanoreactors.".and more »

Synthetic Biology Is Easier to Learn Thanks to The Tech Museum of Innovation and Draper - Commercial Integrator

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http://news.google.com - Synthetic Biology Is Easier to Learn Thanks to The Tech Museum of Innovation and DraperCommercial IntegratorMake synthetic biology compelling to the masses. That was a tall order for The Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose as it built its interactive Bio Design Studio. One exhibit in the Bio Design Studio is the Creative Creation Station where visitors use ...

Protein Cages May Have Applications in Nanotechnology and Synthetic Biology - Controlled Environments Magazine

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http://news.google.com - Controlled Environments MagazineProtein Cages May Have Applications in Nanotechnology and Synthetic BiologyControlled Environments MagazineA multidisciplinary team from the Bristol BioDesign Institute has come together to study the self-assembly of protein building into protein cages, leading to new research which has potential applications in nanotechnology and synthetic biology. The ...and more »