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Marianna Limas
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Algae bio-curtains: Architects' radical solution to capture carbon
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Rosalind Franklin Society Jul 19
Most Wikipedia Profiles Are of Men. This Scientist Is Changing That. Jessica Wade has added nearly 700 Wikipedia biographies for important female and minority in less than two years.
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SynBioBeta Jul 19
for , a ‘bits-to-biology’ converter, expanded genetic code, for , here’s our pick of the most interesting research news this week:
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Marianna Limas Jul 19
To Fix the Crisis, Rethink How We Do Experiments: Scientists are taught to vary one factor at a time, but a so-called multifactorial approach could be more reliable
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Gemma Milne Jul 17
“When someone sends you a PDF and you send it to print, you never consider which make of printer you have. That is the level of interoperability we are bringing to the lab.” My latest, on bringing life sciences into the 21st century, for
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ian haydon Jul 16
Interesting little survey from (lifted from their newsletter)
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Gemma Milne Jul 16
“It’s a massive endeavor, we’ll be at this ten years, to transform this industry like it really needs to be. But we can’t boil the ocean all at once." My latest, for , on making digital biology a reality:
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Marianna Limas Jul 16
Proteins are remarkable molecular machines: they digest your food, fire your neurons, power your immune system and so much more. What if we could design new ones, with functions never before seen in nature?
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Christina Agapakis Jul 16
Interesting piece by proposing a rural "bio-belt": "21st-century infrastructure is not just roads and bridges. A critical component of our economic growth will be the bioeconomy."🌾
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Marco A. Delise Jul 15
New CRISPR tools and applications, multi-input gene circuits for diagnostics , graphene-producing bacteria, + review on DNA storage and more, SynBio never stops (actually, it has JUST started) !!
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Marianna Limas Jul 13
I added it to my article
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Marianna Limas Jul 13
Replying to @DrewEndy
I added your tweet to my article
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Niko McCarty Jul 11
So glad that our plasmids for "Rapid Assembly of gRNA Arrays via Modular Cloning in Yeast" () are finally up - I hope the community finds these useful for multiplexing.
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Miroslav Gasparek Jul 7
This will be so useful! I cannot wait to read this new paper on biodesign work! But how can one find the time to keep up with the new, cool work, and, more importantly, to think about it and utilize it? That is an open question...
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Marianna Limas Jul 13
Replying to @mbelmbel99
I added it to this article under "Metabolic engineering"
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Marianna Limas Jul 13
I added your tweet to this article
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Marianna Limas Jul 12
From more efficient tools to (future) computers made with , it was another big week for research. Here’s the news you need to know:
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SynBioBeta Jul 12
From more efficient tools to (future) computers made with , it was another big week for research. Here’s the news you need to know:
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