Cédric Walter | Oct 8, 2020 | 0
Some news around biology this week
Creation of a synthetic lifeform within months
(read "may be possible")
The scientists want to create new kinds of bacterium to make new types of bugs which can be used as green fuels to replace oil and coal, digest toxic waste or absorb carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.
Read more HERE at Telegraph.co.uk
Potential cure for HIV discovered
The scientists engineered an enzyme which attacks the DNA of the HIV virus and cuts it out of the infected cell, according to the study published in Science magazine.The enzyme is still far from being ready to use as a treatment, the authors warned, but it offers a glimmer of hope for the more than 40 million people infected worldwide.