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Today Chromatin, Inc. announced that it has successfully employed it’s “mini-chromosome” technology in sugarcane as a part of it’s collaboration with Switzerland head-quartered Syngenta.  What this technology allows is the simultaneous addition of several genes, something that is difficult or

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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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