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First Biodesign Exhibit Opens in a Science Museum
The Tech Museum of Innovation spends $5 million for audiences to design life
Biotech Is Opening Up To Coders
Meet a programmer turned gene remixer
Real ‘Jurassic World’ Scientist Says We Could Bring Back Dinosaurs As Pets
Paleontologist Jack Horner, inspiration and advisor for 'Jurassic Park,' speaks
Remote-Control Cyborg Beetles Now Flying With Greater Precision
For science! And also for robo rescue work
Cyborg Cockroaches Now More Reliable Than Ever
Sixty percent of the time they turn the right way every time
Get Rid Of Pills: Happiness Could Trigger A Dose Of Meds
An implant releases medication in response to dopamine.
The Best-Looking Laboratory-Grown Ear Yet
This is a bioengineered piece of tissue made to the size and shape of an adult human ear.
This Bacterium Can Do Division, Compute Logarithms And Take Square Roots
MIT researchers engineered bacterial cells to function as living calculators.
Replace Your Lights With These Genetically Engineered Glow-Plants
Now on Kickstarter.
OpenWorm Is An Open-Source Virtual Worm, Accurate In Every Way
An international programming project aims to create virtual nematode life.