Tag Archives: genetic engineering

Kombucha: More Than Meets the Eye

This post is written by UT Austin undergrad researchers Katelyn Corley, Matthew Hooper, and Zachary Martinez “What starts here changes the world.” This is the motto that we as students at the University of Texas at Austin have come to embrace and strive towards … Continue reading

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BEACON Researchers at Work: Engineering life

This week’s blog post is by University of Washington graduate student Leandra Brettner. All living organisms share a universal programming language—DNA. Long strings of unit molecules A’s, T’s, C’s and G’s dictate the unique traits of each individual, but the … Continue reading

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BEACON Researchers at Work: Expanding the Genetic Code

This week’s post is by UT Austin graduate student Michael Hammerling. For as long as I can remember, I’ve been drawn to philosophical questions about the nature of life and its relationship to the physical world. While it became clear … Continue reading

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BEACON Researchers at Work: Evolving Genome Libraries

This week’s BEACON Researchers at Work post is by University of Texas at Austin graduate student Peter Enyeart.  I love bacteria. That may seem like a strange thing to say, but I really do. When most people think of bacteria, … Continue reading

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