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Systems and Synthetic Biology - News


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virus to microbial cell ratio Study shows large variability in abundance of viruses that infect ocean microorganisms
Released January 25, 2016
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biology graphic How bacterial communication 'goes with the flow' in causing infection, blockage
Released January 12, 2016
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tropical forest In rainforests, battle for sunlight shapes forest structure
Released January 8, 2016
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tropical forest Study reveals deep ties between diverse tropical rainforests
Released January 7, 2016
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an Anopheles stephensi mosquito New methods help advance infectious disease forecasting
Released January 4, 2016
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hand holding petri dish with bacteria from soil Bacteria battle: How one changes appearance, moves away to resist the other
Released December 18, 2015
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an adult Gelada monkey plays with a juvenile Special collection explores origin and evolution of play
Released December 16, 2015
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several hundred Cas9 enzymes CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing: Check 3 times, cut once
Released November 12, 2015
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the overall architecture of Cas1–Cas2 It takes a thief
Released October 22, 2015
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bacteria within a biofilm Biologists discover bacteria communicate like neurons in the brain
Released October 21, 2015
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biology graphic Sixth sense: How do we sense electric fields?
Released October 12, 2015
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two people holding a plant Modeling tool IDs genes that control stress response in plants
Released September 29, 2015
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Jan Skotheim Stanford biologists crack centuries-old mystery of how cell growth triggers cell division
Released September 28, 2015
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Michael Jewett Protein conjugation method offers new possibilities for biomaterials
Released September 23, 2015
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Monk Parakeets Fighting Mental math helps monk parakeets find their place in pecking order
Released September 10, 2015
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a plate containing E. coli 'Bacterial litmus test' provides inexpensive measurement of micronutrients
Released September 1, 2015
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nanoclew Researchers use DNA 'clews' to shuttle CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing tool into cells
Released August 28, 2015
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thaumarchaeota archaea Lab experiments question popular measure of ancient ocean temperatures
Released August 26, 2015
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the artificial ribosome, called Ribo-T Researchers design first artificial ribosome
Released July 29, 2015
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oscillations from a growing biofilm Resolving social conflict is key to survival of bacterial communities
Released July 22, 2015
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Oleg Igoshin (left) and Jatin Narula Bacteria use DNA replication to time key decision
Released July 9, 2015
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yeast cells UW team programs solitary yeast cells to say 'hello' to one another
Released June 30, 2015
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amoeba crawling in an electric field Understanding how cells follow electric fields
Released May 28, 2015
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field of poppy Discovery paves way for homebrewed drugs
Released May 18, 2015
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a droplet of condensed nano-DNA New study hints at spontaneous appearance of primordial DNA
Released April 7, 2015
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chemical diagrams of the patented compounds Patent awarded for compounds that inhibit biofilm formation and persistence
Released March 2, 2015
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bacteria and archaea Unlocking the key to immunological memory in bacteria
Released February 27, 2015
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the floral abscission zone Molecular feedback loop gives clues to how flowers drop their petals
Released February 24, 2015
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engineering graphic Engineers devise genetic 'on' switch made exclusively of RNA
Released February 2, 2015
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engineering graphic New computer model predicts gut metabolites to better understand gastrointestinal disease
Released November 20, 2014
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