Friday, 12 December 2014

Glasgow scientists create chemical evolution

Scientists haven't created life in the laboratory yet, but when they do, they'll be off and running. Case in point is a University of Glasgow team led by Professor Lee Cronin, the Regius Chair of Chemistry, which has developed the world's first chemical system capable of evolving as part of a project that aims at creating synthetic "life" without DNA... Continue Reading Glasgow scientists create chemical evolution

Section: Science

Tags: Chemicals, Evolution, Robotic, University of Glasgow

Related Articles:
Scientists make first step towards bringing life to inorganic matter
Synthetic cell membrane marks another step towards creation of fully artificial life forms
World-first working eukaryotic cell made from plastic
Water droplet networks could harvest water from fog
Cell batteries could power nano devices
Surfing on a wave of sound allows controlled movement of levitating objects

No comments: