Synthetic biology, genetic engineering and you: Two-component signaling pathways as elements in synthetic circuit design
Nucleoids and the structure of life
Room to move: Tissue growth controlled by cell cycle response to spatial and mechanical constraints
What can slime molds offer computing?
Mapping subcellular temperature profiles with genetically-encoded thermosensors
We are living in a bacterial world, and it's impacting us more than previously thought
Microbial Munificence: Iron acquisition strategies in natural bacterioplankton populations
Making a molecular micromap: Imaging the yeast 26S proteasome at near-atomic resolution
From vitro to vivo: Fully automated design of synthetic RNA circuits in living cells
New insights into ancient life: Chromosome segregation in Archaea
Origin of the Eukaryotic cell: Part II - Cytoskeleton, membranes, and beyond
Researchers discover new class of stem cells
Researchers have identified a new class of lab-engineered stem cells-cells capable of transforming into nearly all forms of tissue-and have dubbed them F-class cells because they cluster together in "fuzzy-looking" ...
Origin of the Eukaryotic cell: Part I - How to train your endosymbiont
World's first artificial enzymes created using synthetic biology
(Phys.org)—Medical Research Council (MRC) scientists have created the world's first enzymes made from artificial genetic material. Their synthetic enzymes, which are made from molecules that do not occur ...