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    BioBricks: Biology Meets Engineering

    BioBrick parts are standardized DNA sequences that can be used to design synthetic biology circuits in organisms like E. coli. Different BioBrick parts include promoters, coding sequences, ribosomal binding sites, inverters, plasmid backbones, and terminator sequences. These parts are used in synthetic biology and iGEM (International Genetically Engineered Machine) because they are standardized and easy […]

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    The Smell of Us

    All humans have a body odor, but sometimes it is unwanted. What if we could modify the natural human skin flora to change body odors associated with the armpit, foot, fish odor syndrome and old age ? That is what a team of 15 students from the CRI decided to study for the 2014 iGEM World […]

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    Sanofi-Institut Pasteur 2014 Awards honors the research that put sleeping sickness to bed.

    For the third consecutive year, the 13th of November the Sanofi-Institut Pasteur award  honored four internationally renowned researchers for their work impacting world health. We, at Wax-science –  an association that promotes a science without stereotypes and gender inequality – had the opportunity to meet Professor Etienne Pays , awardee in the senior research category  for his […]

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