The Conversation: Engineering Cells to Broadcast Their Behavior

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Scott Coyle‘s synthetic biology research group developed a technology that sends a wave of engineered proteins through a human cell which helps scientists to decode the hidden activities that power cells when they’re healthy and harm cells when they go haywire.

In The Conversation, a nonprofit, independent news organization dedicated to unlocking the knowledge of experts for the general public, Coyle describes why the oscillating behavior of waves can be so powerful for cellular engineering and how his lab has harnessed that power to broaden our understanding of cellular behavior and dynamics.

Read Coyle’s article in The Conversation here.