Cross-sectional view of an IBM silicon nanophotonics chip combining optical and electrical circuits.
World-changing theories and big breakthroughs are what every scientist yearns for. But the pressure to get results – and glory – means that feuds come thick and fast.
In one of the biggest breakthroughs in recent history, scientists have created a synthetic genome that can self-replicate. So what does this mean? Are we about to become gray goo?
How did the researchers cope with all this unexpected data? How did they deal with so much failure? The scientists had discovered a new fact, but they called it a failure.
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