The independz’s Podcast

Tonys show 02252020

February 25, 2020

Tonys show 02252020 alternative to the alternatives             

DIY health and protection against Freq                                                                 

Vids on Alternatives to the alternative

 Bryan 396 nano Photo gallery

 Bryan 396 Data and research on nanobiotech

 Aroy Maks Channel and information on health and current events

Yannis interview with shaui  blog by aroy mak

Dos and Dont's 2020 interview

NANO segment    Pay attention to activation

Tech to control Your Mood   Do not USE!!

Impact of synthetic biology

National vaccine Program 22 week gender bender

Radio Freq directed energy weaponary

 Advances in biological effects of Thz freq

Engineering living functional Materials

ABSTRACT: Natural materials, such as bone, integrate living cells composed of organic molecules together with inorganic components. This enables combinations of functionalities, such as mechanical strength and the ability to regenerate and remodel, which are not present in existing synthetic materials. Taking a cue from nature, we propose that engineered ‘living functional materials’ and ‘living materials synthesis platforms’ that incorporate both living systems and inorganic components could transform the performance and the manufacturing of materials. As a proof-of-concept, we recently demonstrated that synthetic gene circuits in Escherichia coli enabled biofilms to be both a functional material in its own right and a materials synthesis platform. To demonstrate the former, we engineered E. coli biofilms into a chemical-inducer-responsive electrical switch. To demonstrate the latter, we engineered E. coli biofilms to dynamically organize biotic-abiotic materials across multiple length scales, template gold nanorods, gold nanowires, and metal/semiconductor heterostructures, and synthesize semiconductor nanoparticles (Chen, A. Y. et al. (2014) Synthesis and patterning of tunable multiscale materials with engineered cells. Nat. Mater. 13, 515−523.). Thus, tools from synthetic biology, such as those for artificial gene regulation, can be used to engineer the spatiotemporal characteristics of living systems and to interface living systems with inorganic materials. Such hybrids can possess novel properties enabled by living cells while retaining desirable functionalities of inorganic systems. These systems, as living functional materials and as living materials foundries, would provide a radically different paradigm of materials performance and synthesis−materials possessing multifunctional, self-healing, adaptable, and evolvable properties that are created and organized in a distributed, bottom-up, autonomously assembled, and environmentally sustainable manner.

Printing objects that can incorporate living organisms

AI yields new Antibiotic ---deep learning model                                                                  

breakthrough ( joke) for carnovirus vaccine 

Pig Viruses in china


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