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A new approach can make bacteria deliver medicine where it’s needed.
Ed Boyden is learning how to alter behavior by using light to turn neurons on and off.
The first transgenic primates able to pass on their foreign genes are both a stunning medical advance and a troubling peek into the future.
Hybrid proteins that respond to light could reveal the biochemistry of addiction.
A genome-wide approach to genetic engineering greatly speeds the manufacture of bacteria for making drugs and biofuels.
Designer microbes regulate their own pathways to optimize fuel production, boosting yields threefold.
The research could reveal how neural circuits work together in response to their environment.
Researchers at the Venter Institute explain their groundbreaking techniques.