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 Martian Rocket Fuel Production with BiotechnologyMartian Rocket Fuel Production with Biotechnology
 
Recent attention has focused on how human astronauts will set foot on our closest neighbor, Mars. One main concern is the type and amount of fuel that will be needed to transport people and goods to the Martian surface and get astronauts back to Earth safely.
 
   Microbes and BiotechnologyMicrobes and Biotechnology
 
This article discusses the use of microbes in biotechnology, a field known as microbial biotechnology.
 
   3D Printed Bioink Produced from Genetically Engineered Microbial Cells3D Printed Bioink Produced from Genetically Engineered Microbial Cells
 
Additive manufacturing or 3D printing is a well-established technique for fabricating various designs and forms of complex shape or intricate detail. The method is also relatively common for printing mammalian cells in the context of tissue engineering and has more recently been applied to print microbial cells for biotechnological and biomedical applications.
 
 Researchers Develop a Biomaterial to Repair the Heart, Muscles, and Vocal Cords
 
Researchers Develop a Biomaterial to Repair the Heart, Muscles, and Vocal CordsCombining knowledge of chemistry, physics, biology, and engineering, scientists from McGill University develop a biomaterial tough enough to repair the heart, muscles, and vocal cords, representing a major advance in regenerative medicine.
 
 
 TDK Backs Scalable Cell Engineering with Mekonos
 
TDK Backs Scalable Cell Engineering with MekonosCell and gene therapy (CGT) is being used increasingly to treat disease. Now, a venture between TDK and biotech company Mekonos is seeking to accelerate progress within the field.
 
 
 Bioinformatics analysis identifies pathways involved in intestinal SARS-CoV-2 infection
 
Bioinformatics analysis identifies pathways involved in intestinal SARS-CoV-2 infectionResearchers recently used bioinformatics analysis techniques to explore the diseases caused by SARS-CoV-2 infection in the human digestive tract.
 
 
 Researchers develop a new way of coupling biomaterials to living cells
 
Researchers develop a new way of coupling biomaterials to living cellsA fully new way of coupling biomaterials to living cells, developed by the University of Twente, enables us to teach the body new things.