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In research that further bridges the biological and digital world, scientists at the University of California, San Francisco have created bacteria that can be programmed like a computer.
“We want to create a programming language for bacteria,” he said. “We want to program code for bacteria just like you would for a computer. A lot of the other work my lab does has to do with coming up with algorithms – just like a programmer would do – and converting that into a DNA sequence.”
Originally posted by soficrow
reply to post by DontProbeMeBro
It doesn't quit.
...Synchronicity. I re-watched Mimic last night. If you haven't seen it, check it out. Only has a 2 star rating but it's alright. ...about cockroaches genetically engineered to stop a plague then die, but they live, reproduce, mutate and...