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Bio-engineered yogurt could make colonoscopies obsolete

MIT Technology Review | 
A spoonful of yogurt could soon offer a cheap and simple way to screen for colorectal cancer. Sangeeta Bhatia, a ...

Biotech could increase crop yields by improving photosynthesis

MIT Technology Review | 
Two down, one to go. Researchers have completed the second of three major steps needed to turbocharge photosynthesis in crops ...

In the future, brain implants will cure paralysis and disease

MIT Technology Review | 
nside the biomedical electronics lab at GE Global Research in Niskayuna, New York, Jeff Ashe, a principal engineer, holds up ...

Genetically modified bacteria produce fifty percent more fuel

MIT Technology Review | 
Researchers at UCLA have opened a path to cheaper and cleaner biofuels by using genetic engineering to fundamentally change how ...
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Bacteria possible new source of biofuel

MIT Technology Review | 
Researchers tweaked genes in E. Coli bacteria so that instead of producing carbon dioxide as a waste product, they produce ...
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