Learn how numerous fields are coming together in pursuit of regenerative engineering solutions, and understand the field's special challenges.
Twist Bioscience CEO, cofounder, and director Emily Leproust discusses the company's work and the promising future of synthetic biology.
Chang Liu of UC Irvine shares his views on the the top trends in synthetic biology and tells us about his upcoming talk at SEED.
Dr. Arnold formally received the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry today in Stockholm. Watch video of the ceremony in this post.
UCLA biochemists have harnessed cryo-electron microscopy to see near-atomic detail in much smaller proteins than ever before.
Once a non-topic, misfolded and aggregated proteins are drawing a lot of attention, and an article that singles out high-quality publications on these topics is in the spotlight.
Microscopic versions of silkworm cocoons that could be used to protect sensitive molecular materials.
Instead of targeting individual microbes, researchers went after the biofilm that protects them and found great success.
Using nanostraws, scientists can now sample cell contents without disrupting a cell's natural processes.
Researchers at the University of California, Riverside, recently published work that suggests that the usefulness of studying pro- and anti-apoptotic proteins in a search for cancer
A startup in southern California is designing microbes that extend DNA beyond the natural A, T, G, and C components to include X and Y.
It sounds like something straight out of a science fiction movie: bacteria that feeds on human flesh.
With increasingly large volumes of data being created every day, the search for stable and compact data storage has turned to DNA to replace the relatively fragile magnetic backups that are today
The U.S. government announced this week that it is putting aside $55 million to create a public database with health information on about one million volunteers.
Just a few days ago, an article appeared in the journal Science announcing a major breakthrough: artificial transporter proteins that can carry individual atoms across the membrances th