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Bioengineering’s ‘holy grail’: Scientists closer to creating printable skin to cover burns, other injuries

Smithsonian | 
Creating a durable, natural-looking skin substitute to cover burn injuries or other wounds has been a bioengineer’s holy grail for decades ...

How fragile egg shells could help us repair, grow new bones

Smithsonian | 
We think of eggshells as fragile. Yet these thin, easily breakable shells may be the key to making better, stronger ...
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‘Jean editing’: Genetically engineered bacteria could reduce denim’s environmental impact

Smithsonian | 
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley are trying to make the process of making blue jeans greener, by engineering ...

Litterbugs, beware: DNA tests used to shame public offenders

Smithsonian | 
Toss a soda can on the street in Hong Kong, and you could find a DNA-generated picture of your face ...
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