While the E.coli bacteria are more commonly associated with deadly outbreaks, a student team from Technion – Israel Institute of Technology has come up with a way to harness them for good by using them in a chip to test for toxic substances. Their solution, called the Flash Lab, won them the gold medal at this year’s iGEM synthetic biology competition held at MIT.
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