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Living architecture- buildings from bacteria

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The US National Science Foundation recently named engineered living materials one of the country’s key research priorities. Synthetic biology and engineered living materials will play a critical role in tackling the challenges humans will face in the 2020s and beyond: climate change, disaster resilience, aging and overburdened infrastructure, and space exploration.

https://theconversation.com/buildings-grown-by-bacteria-new-research-is-finding-ways-to-turn-cells-into-mini-factories-for-materials-131279

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By Lynn Wood

25 March 2020

 
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