Minimalist microbes, Vikings in North America, and puzzling TV shows — TED Blog

Just a few of the intriguing headlines involving members of the TED community this week: The bare necessities of life. In a paper published on March 25, Craig Venter revealed that he and his team have created a minimalist microbe containing only the genes essential for its survival. The ultimate goal is to create new…

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2 Comments on “Minimalist microbes, Vikings in North America, and puzzling TV shows — TED Blog

  1. Even more stuff for me to add to my reading list, thank you.

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