Fancy a liver that works a little harder?
Synthetic DNA circuits inserted into human stem cells could soon allow us to build new organs with unprecedented precision and speed. The circuits can be designed on a computer and assembled from ready-made parts ordered online. The technique could prove an efficient way of making organs for transplant without the worry of rejection, and raises the tantalizing possibility that it might one day be possible to upgrade the organs we were born with.
Read the full article here: Super-organs: building body parts better than nature