Northwestern University synthetic biologists have developed a flexible new platform that removes barriers for promising cell and gene therapies.
Synthetic biologists have developed a new technique for measuring protein folding stability on an unprecedented scale.
Scientists develop a “QR code” to provide other researchers information about how cancer cells react to treatment.
A multi-institutional research team including Professor Michael Jewett implemented a new process to produce butanol, butanoic acid, hexanol, and hexanoic acid, which could make green energy easier to generate.
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