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Researchers genetically modify a crop to break down its own cellulose.
A new process turns the greenhouse gas into useful materials.
Wrapping alcohol-digesting enzymes in a nanoscale polymer allows them to quickly reduce blood alcohol content.
A recently discovered cell survival switch could be key to increasing longevity.
The genetically-modified plants break down their own cellulose, making it possible to use waste biomass to produce ethanol.
Researchers have built and tested for the military a portable machine that efficiently turns waste into electricity.
Genetically engineered enzymes are the key to a new carbon-capture method.
Enzymes found in the animals’ digestive tract could be the key.
Researchers engineer never-before-seen catalysts using a new computational technique.
Researchers have found a way to efficiently convert different human blood types into a neutral type that can be given to any patient.