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Bioelectricity, New Peer Reviewed Journal Announced - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

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http://news.google.com - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology NewsBioelectricity, New Peer Reviewed Journal AnnouncedGenetic Engineering & Biotechnology NewsBy covering the numerous applications to regenerative medicine, synthetic biology, and even cognitive science, Bioelectricity will become the intellectual center of gravity.” “Bioelectricity exemplifies our highly recognized prescience and commitment ...

Is a Bigger Genetic Code Better? Get Ready to Find Out - Quanta Magazine

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http://news.google.com - Quanta MagazineIs a Bigger Genetic Code Better? Get Ready to Find OutQuanta Magazinebiologyevolutiongeneticsorigins of lifesynthetic biology. With recent innovations in gene editing, it may seem as if the field of synthetic biology is just starting to make strides into science-fiction territory. But for several decades, scientists ...

Genetic engineering, synthetic biology poised to boost photosynthesis and carbon capture - Genetic Literacy Project

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http://news.google.com - Genetic Literacy ProjectGenetic engineering, synthetic biology poised to boost photosynthesis and carbon captureGenetic Literacy ProjectThe GLP aggregated and excerpted this article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion, and analysis. Click the link at the bottom to read the full, original article. In a feature article published in the open access journal eLife, an international ...

Synthetic Biology Forges Boron–Carbon Bonds in Living Cells | GEN - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (blog)

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http://news.google.com - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (blog)Synthetic Biology Forges Boron–Carbon Bonds in Living Cells | GENGenetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (blog)Synthetic biologists have established a DNA-encoded and readily engineered bacterial platform for borylation that outpaces conventional chemical methods. The feat marks the first time that bacteria have made compounds with boron–carbon bonds. In this ...Teaching life a new trick: Bacteria make boron-carbon bonds ...Science Dailyall 2 news articles »

Synthetic Biology Forges Boron–Carbon Bonds in Living Cells - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (blog)

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http://news.google.com - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (blog)Synthetic Biology Forges Boron–Carbon Bonds in Living CellsGenetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (blog)This feat of synthetic biology marks the first time that bacteria have formed chemical bonds between boron and carbon. Before now, such boron–carbon bonds came only from the laboratories of chemists and could not be produced by any known life form ...Teaching life a new trick: Bacteria make boron-carbon bondsScience Dailyall 2 news articles »

Novel Antibiotic Production Platform Harnesses Synthetic Biology and Chemistry - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

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http://news.google.com - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology NewsNovel Antibiotic Production Platform Harnesses Synthetic Biology and ChemistryGenetic Engineering & Biotechnology NewsResearchers from the University of Bristol say they have combined synthetic biology and chemistry to create a modern technology platform to allow the production of novel antibiotics to combat increasing microbial drug resistance. The team is working on ...Biology, chemistry combine to generate new antibioticsScience DailyScientists develop new antibioticsInnovators Magazineall 4 news articles »

To transfer genetic info using DNA, just 'zip' it - Futurity: Research News

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http://news.google.com - Futurity: Research NewsTo transfer genetic info using DNA, just 'zip' itFuturity: Research Newsfor every single pixel on a white line, only the message 'white 1,000 times' is transmitted,” explains Kobi Benenson, head of the Synthetic Biology Group at ETH Zurich's biosystems science and engineering department in Basel. Once received, the ...

With genetic engineering and hubris, these biology Olympians compete to improve on nature - STAT

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http://news.google.com - With genetic engineering and hubris, these biology Olympians compete to improve on natureSTATOSTON — If there is one point of agreement among the 300 teams from 42 countries that participated in this year's synthetic biology Olympics in Boston, it is probably this: The microbes that nature made are a good starting point, but we can do better.