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Genetically engineered bacteria make living materials for self-repairing walls and cleaning up pollution

By Sara Molinari, Postdoctoral Research Associate in Synthetic Biology, Rice University
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The walls of your house could someday be built with living bacteria. Synthetic biologists are engineering microbes into living materials that are cheap and sustainable.The Conversation


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