Posts tagged with "synthetic biology"



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Science News · 10. October 2019
The 2019 TU Delft iGEM team aims to design a toolkit that allows the expression of genetic constructs in different microorganisms, thus accessing the diversity of bacteria beyond E. coli and S. cerevisiae.

Science News · 03. October 2019
The iGEM Team Bielefeld-CeBiTec 2019 develops a cell death inducing system containing Cas13a that is based on a phage as delivery system to fight eukaryotic pathogens. Read more.

Science News · 26. September 2019
The iGEM LMU & TU Munich Team designs a platform for minimal-invasive in vivo cell monitoring: check viability and functionality of cells in long-term without invasive interventions. Read more.

Science News · 18. September 2019
The iGEM Team “Syntex” from Marburg 2019 aims to develop a new fast-growing model organism that is easy to genetically modify with CRISPR: Synechococcus elongates. Read more.

Science News · 05. September 2019
Eurofins Genomics chose some great iGEM teams that work on fascinating projects with synthetic biology. Read here about the iGEM teams and their projects.

Science News · 05. September 2019
The iGEM team of TU Dresden aims to develop a tool for detecting any nucleic acid sequence of interest in microbial samples and human cells with gene-sensitive paper-strips.

Science News · 05. September 2019
The iGEM team of TU Dresden aims to produce miraculin, a low caloric sweetener to replace sugar, in Spirulina and establish new standards for the engineering of Spirulina.

Science News · 05. March 2019
There are many myths and misunderstandings about gene synthesis on the internet. Here are 6 myths and facts about gene synthesis you should know.

Science News · 06. December 2018
The continuous development of antibiotic resistance by pathogens transformed the antibiotic crisis into one of the biggest threats to global health today (World Health Organization (WHO)). Everybody has been or will be confronted with this issue in one way or another at some point in their life. Worldwide implementation of bacteriophage therapy, a treatment that employs the natural enemies of bacteria, is impeded by the lack of common manufacturing procedures which meet international quality...

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