The engineered E. coli can transform CO2 into sugars- The Latest Science
The engineered E. coli can transform CO2 into sugars
using a non-native carbon fixation cycle.

Image contributed by: Niv Antonovsky, Milo Lab, Department of Plant
and Environmental Sciences, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel.

Sugar Synthesis from CO2 in Escherichia coli.

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Papers of the month - August 2016:

Water splitting–biosynthetic system with CO2 reduction efficiencies exceeding photosynthesis. Liu C. et al. (2016). Science 352: 1210-1213.

Single-layer MoS2 nanopores as nanopower generators. Feng J et al. (2016). Nature 536: 197-200.

Cyclic polymers from alkynes. Roland CD. et al. 2016). Nature Chemistry 8: 791-796.





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