Artificial DNA and Treating TB
This week, we find out how artificial DNA could tell us about the origins of life, discover a way to identify those most at risk of bowel cancer and explore a new treatment for TB. Plus, we find out what happened this week in science history...
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This week in science history, in 1981, saw the issuing of a patent to for a genetically modified Pseudomonas bacterium that would eat up oil spills, the first patent of its kind. Sarah Castor-Perry explains more...