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Cheaply churning out made-to-order DNA could revolutionize molecular biology.
Mapping the genetic diversity of illegally hunted species could help scientists target the origins of outlawed products.
A comprehensive project to catalogue all the birds in North America has identified what may be 15 new species.
A 15-nanometer-thick porous silicon membrane could lead to microfluidics filters and make protein purification and blood dialysis more efficient.
A new blood test uses scraps of fetal DNA to piece together a prenatal diagnosis.
A microfluidic chip rapidly identifies pathogens by scanning their genomes.
Sequencing the genomes of microbial ecosystems could lead to better biological machines.
A novel type of vaccine could be rapidly designed for a specific flu strain and then quickly manufactured.
How researchers chart the largely unexplored world of proteins.