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Could astronaut urine be the key to safer space travel?

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Yeast strains of Yarrowia lipolytica that naturally like to feed on urine have been bioengineered to produce omega-3 fatty acids, which are ...
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Leadership genes? Should companies be allowed to use DNA tests to screen applicants?

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[On Oct. 2016], Gartner analysts David Furlonger and Stephen Smith presented an idea at a symposium for information technology executives ...

Genetically engineered bacteria could monitor water contamination, detect mining waste

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A team of young scientists in Canada is developing a fascinating way to detect water contamination. Their box, called the ...
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