VIDEO: Tal Danino: Programming bacteria to detect cancer (and maybe treat it)

Monday, January 29, 201812:06 AM(View: 16459)
VIDEO: Tal Danino: Programming bacteria to detect cancer (and maybe treat it)
"Programing bacteria to work together could someday change cancer treatment." This is a fascinating presentation by synthetic biologist, Tal Danino.

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