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Bacteria could make acrylic glass from sugar.
Synthetic biology could yield microbes that fight cavities and produce vitamins.
Self-propelled microbots navigate through blood vessels.
Single-celled organisms could be “trained” to deliver drugs.
Color-coded bacteria light the way to oil spills at sea.
A new strain of bacteria could make cellulosic ethanol cheaper.
Gene-silencing techniques for bacteria could mean better treatments for infections and more-efficient biofuel production.
Researchers have discovered that if the films coating medical devices are soft enough, bacteria won’t stick to them.
In the fight against infection, viruses may take up where antibiotics leave off.