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Researchers genetically modify a crop to break down its own cellulose.
Engineered E. coli proves efficient at churning out the biofuel.
Integrating solar cells into building materials could make solar power more attractive to homeowners.
A new biomaterial could improve knee-cartilage repair surgery.
A fast screening method could help separate the good from the bad.
Chunks of shuffled DNA in the human genome could underlie many diseases.
Efforts to create custom-made organisms-one DNA letter at a time-could yield new sources of energy or novel drugs.
Frances Arnold is designing better enzymes for making biofuels from cellulose.
A new material could increase the availability of corneal transplants.