Bacteria taught to bond carbon and silicon for the first time
What would silicon-based life be like? A new protein might help us find outJasper Juinen/Bloomberg via GettyBy Aviva RutkinProteins solve problems. By guiding evolution along, scientists have created a protein that can bond carbon to silicon. This innovation could transform how we make a broad array of products, from drugs to LED lights, semiconductors...
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