Monday, July 9, 2007

Flesh made new?

Plastics, young man. Plastics.

More on J. Craig Venter, from the New York Times:

That hasn’t stopped synthetic biologists from dreaming. “Grow a house” is on the to-do list of the M.I.T. Synthetic Biology Working Group, presumably meaning that an acorn might be reprogrammed to generate walls, oak floors and a roof instead of the usual trunk and branches. “Take over Mars. And then Venus. And then Earth” —the last items on this modest agenda.

Doods been getting a ton of press, lately.

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