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    First CRISPR Gene-Edited Crop Expected By 2020

    First CRISPR Gene-Edited Crop Expected By 2020 Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. Science in the field of biotechnology is changing rapidly and the effects of new technology is rippling out to affect many other parts of biology and medicine as a whole. It cannot […] More

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    Increasing The Diversity of Life: The DOE’s Genome Project

    Increasing The Diversity of Life: The DOE’s Genome Project Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. The diversity of life on Earth is staggering to attempt to comprehend in its entirety. And the species that we are already aware of likely are but a fraction of […] More

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    How To Control GMOs: Biocontainment and Genetically Modified Bacteria

    How To Control GMOs: Biocontainment and Genetically Modified Bacteria Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. When dealing with bacteria in a lab setting, it is often a requirement to ensure that the risk of the bacteria escaping from containment is as minimized as possible. This […] More

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    Special Plant Cells Act As Brain Processing For Environmental Responses

    Special Plant Cells Act As Brain Processing For Environmental Responses Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. The key to helping plants grow is to understand the mechanisms behind and inside their growth, to learn why they decided to sprout at one time over another and […] More

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