Young Slovenian researchers win gold at US science competition

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A team of young Slovenian researchers won the gold medal for the best foundational advance project at the 2016 iGEM synthetic biology competition in Massachusetts, US. The researchers devised a cellular system enhancing the sensitivity of mammalian cells.


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