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On Medium – Get Ready for Bio-Programming

Synthetic biology

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22 Apr. 2019. We have a new story published yesterday on Medium, “Get Ready for Biological Programming,” that describes an emerging branch of synthetic biology seeking to create living processes which work like digital circuits. Only in these cases, the outputs are biological, not electronic signals.

In our story, we report on two newly published studies, one appearing just last week in the journal Science, and the other appearing earlier in April in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, which we also describe in Science & Enterprise. In both cases, the researchers build simple biological circuits, but also more sophisticated assemblies. Check it out.

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