By a GenomeWeb staff reporter



NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Researchers from Rice University and the University of Washington have received a four-year, $2 million award from the National Science Foundation to engineer bacterial stem cells "to grow and divide into a wide variety of multicellular patterns and structures," in order to better understand their behavior.

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