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UCSF Scientists Bio-Hack Bacteria, may lead to better biofuels

Researchers at the University of California-San Francisco have hacked into the genetic wiring of billions of individual bacteria and outfitted them with the kind of on/off switches normally found in computer chips, not living organisms. The switches, which are built

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Australian scientists find biofuel gene

Researchers at an Adelaide University have successfully isolated a gene that could see commercially viable quantities of biofuel produced. The gene has been identified as causing production of the renewable algae responsible for underground crude oil resources. Dr Steven Hensen,

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