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Second Agricultural Revolution In The Offing

Scientists at the John Innes Centre, Norwich and Washington State University, have managed to trigger nodulation in legumes, a key element of the nitrogen fixing process, without the bacteria normally necessary for this to occur. Detailing their work in Nature, the researchers say their investigations could lead to the ability to trigger nitrogen fixation in […]

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UCLA Announces Breakthrough In Protein Engineering

A significant step toward a new approach to protein engineering has been reported by University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA) scientists in the Journal of the American Chemical Society. “We are learning to control proteins in a new way,” said UCLA’s Giovanni Zocchi. The new approach involves mimicking essential cellular control mechanisms and Zocchi’s […]

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