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When put into a container of salt water and hit with an electrical current, the artificial creature started swimming.
Researchers grafted human skin cells to frames meshed with spider silk.
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Scientists used a computer to direct biological functions inside a yeast cell.
Oyster lovers beware: when these shellfish glow with fluorescent blue spots, toxins are being produced.
Genes are removed from viruses so they don't harm patients, but slow the growth of cancer cells and even kill them.
A sensor integrated into packaging changes color when food begins to go bad.
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