Scientists at ETH Zurich announced they made the first entirely computer-generated bacterial genome covered her in SciShow’s video. The brand new genome, Caulobacter ethensis-2.0, was built by cleaning up and simplifying the natural code of a bacterium called Caulobacter crescentus. Their paper was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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