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When things go right, protein production within cells operates like a well-oiled machine.
Sometimes, humans create environmental messes that are so nasty, we just don’t know what to do. Emergent biotech developed at the University of Minnesota, however, is combining a few tricks from mother nature with sophisticated engineering approaches to help us clean up our act.
Modeling study suggests the opportunity to shed parasites could help drive the evolution of migratory behavior.
Researchers from a NASA-sponsored working group on satellite monitoring of global terrestrial biodiversity that included
Retroviruses are cagy buggers.