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Boston Biohackers Develop Genetic Circuits

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Boston Biohackers Develop Genetic Circuits

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This article was posted on Tuesday, 14:25, UTC.

While not an immediately new story, the work of James Collins and his colleagues in Boston is quite notable in that it is innovating on the potential of scientists to influence human functions. Researchers have created what they consider “circuits,” which are paper-based and able to be used by researchers at a later date for much lower expense than previously used methods. One example of the fruits of their research is a circuit that can detect antibiotic resistant bacteria. “We’ve harnessed the genetic machinery of cells and embedded them in the fiber matrix of paper, which can then be freeze-dried…

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P. H. Madore

P. H. Madore

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P. H. Madore lives in Arkansas with his wife and children. He has covered the cryptocurrency beat over the course of hundreds of articles for Hacked's sister site, CryptoCoinsNews, as well as some of her competitors. He is a major contributing developer to the Woodcoin project, and is currently nearing the completion of a cryptocurrency exchange in concert with the firm he primarily works for, Vermont Secure Computing Consultancy.

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