Human skin is the largest identifiable source of the bacterial samples, making up 25 to 30 percent of the microbiomes. Continue reading →
Cells could be reprogrammed to detect cancer and then produce a drug to kill it on the spot. →
The Row-Bot was capable of generating more energy than it needed. Continue reading →
Creating water out of air, the world's largest airship and a Storm Trooper named Eric round out this week's gallery.
Genetically engineered bacteria sense a variety of water-borne contaminants and in response, emitting an electric signal that can serve as an alert.
Scientists are investigating ways to use microscopic organisms in robots to direct their behavior and function. Continue reading →
MIT professor introduces photosynthetic prototype that generates fuel and emulates human gastrointestinal tract. Continue reading →
A tiny device that detects nanoscale vibrations that occur inside microscopic beings.
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