Featured Publications from MaxSynBio

Header image 1544101006

Featured articles from MaxSynBio

 
<p><span>October 2018</span></p>
<p><span>Microdroplets are a great place for RNA concentration and activity</span></p>

The Orgin of life in membraneless Protocells

October 2018

Microdroplets are a great place for RNA concentration and activity

[more]
September 2018<br /><br />This video illustrates how we envision the sequential bottom-up assembly of synthetic cells using on-chip microfluidic functions.

Microfluidics Video

September 2018

This video illustrates how we envision the sequential bottom-up assembly of synthetic cells using on-chip microfluidic functions. [more]
<p><span>July 2018</span></p>
<p><span>With the integration of a rudimentary metabolic function into a tiny droplet, a step has been made towards advancing the borders of life.</span></p>

On the path to an artificial cell

July 2018

With the integration of a rudimentary metabolic function into a tiny droplet, a step has been made towards advancing the borders of life.

[more]
<p>May 2018</p>
<p>Scientists from the MPI of Biochemistry in Martinsried and the MPI for Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam investigate how environmental conditions on early earth might have facilitated the evolution of protocells.</p>

Genetic exchange between protocells

May 2018

Scientists from the MPI of Biochemistry in Martinsried and the MPI for Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam investigate how environmental conditions on early earth might have facilitated the evolution of protocells.

[more]
<span>October 2017<br /><br />Scientists are developing cell-like lipid vesicles which can be populated with natural cell proteins</span>

A stable shell for artificial cells

October 2017

Scientists are developing cell-like lipid vesicles which can be populated with natural cell proteins
[more]
<span>November 2016<br /><br />A synthetic biological metabolic pathway fixes CO</span><sup><span>2</span></sup><span> more efficiently than plants</span>

Using synthetic photosynthesis to combat climate change

November 2016

A synthetic biological metabolic pathway fixes CO
2 more efficiently than plants [more]
 
loading content
Go to Editor View