Synthetic bacteria could aid biofuel production, waste management

01/10/2008 | Bloomberg

A team led by gene researcher J. Craig Venter is exploring synthetic biology and working to create new organisms with completely artificial genes. "It's the coolest stuff of my career," Venter said. Researchers anticipate that microbes modified with artificial genes could help produce biofuels, clean up industrial waste and detect symptoms of diseases.

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