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The DNA alphabet just doubled in size. Steven Benner at the Foundation for Applied Molecular Evolution in Florida has published two new functional, artificial nucleobases. This is in addition to two more published previously from his group, and news they are working on a library of 10-12 artificial nucleobases. In the natural world, DNA is […]

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Funding for 75 Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs) under the umbrella of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) was announced last week. Universities and Science Minister Chris Skidmore MP announced the government is investing £441 million through the EPSRC to fund CDTs, including a further £2.2 million from the Natural Environment Research Council. […]

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Artificial Intelligence, or machine learning, is steadily working its way into our lives. Businesses are increasingly confident of using AI to increase customer engagement with giants Microsoft, Apple, Google and Amazon leading the charge. Amazon’s Alexa experienced failure on Christmas Day as their servers were overloaded by the surge in users plugging in their new […]

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