How Programming Could Democratize Genetics

How Programming Could Democratize Genetics

Biological engineers develop programming language to more rapidly design DNA

Plus Aziz
  • 25 april 2016

A community of scientists and biological engineers at MIT have created a programming language which condenses the time it takes to encode circuits with DNA to provide living cells with new functions. The language works on strains of bacteria and will provide users with a single language to use to work with different organisms.

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