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One Oxitec factory can produce 60 million mosquitoes per week that are genetically engineered to destroy other mosquitoes.
100 years ago, people were eating things that most of us will never taste. So what happened?
Google's Billion Dollar Longevity Venture Calico appointed Machine Learning expert Daphne Koller to employ AI to the science of aging.
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Neri Oxman TED Talk: Design at the intersection of technology and biology
Scientists Cautiously OK the Next Genetic Revolution
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3D Printing Pen Can “Draw” Human Cartilage Directly Into Patients
Functional human hearts regenerated from skin cells
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World Economic Forum on the Fourth Industrial Revolution disrupting the Future of Jobs by 2020: 5 million jobs will be lost.
British Couple Spends $100K to Clone Cancer-Stricken Dog
A British couple successfully cloned their boxer dog after taking its DNA to a commercial dog cloning service.
Scientist Produces First Completely Recyclable Biopolymer, Meaning All Plastic Products Could Be Recyclable And Renewable In The Future
The Crispr Quandary, by Jennifer Kahn, The New York Times
Craig Venter's Health Nucleus tries to reshape medicine
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FDA approves first cancer-killing virus Imlygic, a modified herpes virus that attacks melanoma...
Why biomedical superstars are signing on with Google
BioViva Treats First Patient with Gene Therapy to Reverse Aging, according to CEO Liz Parrish
Bioengineered Organs Using Stem Cells and 3D Printing
A 3D printer that prints living human cells into a suspended gel has been developed. This has huge implications for tissue engineering.
How Woosuk Hwang's Sooam biotech mastered cloning
Researchers made a living circuit out of bacteria.
Biohackers gear up for genome editing: Amateurs are ready and able to try the CRISPR technique for rewriting genes.
A biotech company is genetically engineering pigs so that their organs might work in people.
Researchers created unusually intelligent mice by altering a single gene that made the mice less likely to feel anxiety or recall fear.
Stanford team turns yeast into painkillers
Biotech Firm 3D Prints Fake Rhino Horn That's Genetically Identical To The Real Thing
Diabetes Has a New Enemy: Robo-Pancreas
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5 high-value Cuban products you’ll want if embargo lifts
Are Microbes the Taste-Makers of the Future?
Injectable, 'self-healing' hydrogel may offer simpler form of long-term drug delivery
The biggest biotech discovery of the century is about to change medicine forever.
Extreme strength observed in snail teeth
Human Physical Immortality Roadmap Infographic: What kind of immortality would you rather come true?
Global weather has a microbiome
UC Irvine chemists find a way to unboil eggs: Ability to quickly restore molecular proteins could slash biotech costs
Copper Kills Everything, so a Copper Bedrail Could Cut Back on Infections for Hospital Patients
Bio-drone simply melts away when it crashes
Google[x] Reveals Nano Pill To Seek Out Cancerous Cells
Hemp fibres 'better than graphene'
Ebola 'Secret Serum': Small Biopharma, The Army, And Big Tobacco
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