Scientists have uncovered a way to control several genes in engineered yeast cells
Engineered living materials could be used to detect and filter contaminants in water, in packaging to detect and alert to damage, and act as "living photographs"
Creating industrial amounts of organic acids from renewable resources poses a challenge, because not many organisms can grow in highly acidic environments
Anyone who has ever worked in a cell culture lab has experienced it—contamination.
Scientists from DTU Biosustain prove that psilocybin, a potential drug for treating depression and other psychological conditions, can be produced in yeast
Researchers have developed a secret sauce for using waste bread as a medium to grow bacteria, yeasts, and other microorganisms for fermented food production
Cells produce the shell of the autophagosomes on the spot
Expected improvements in cell surface engineering across a variety of fields
Researchers have engineered lager yeast to make more molecules that protect beer against staling, resulting in improved flavor stability
Scientists from the University of Wisconsin-Madison reveal the dizzying complexity found in bottles of beer, wine, and cider