Inside R&D Alert. Genetically Modified Bacteria Help in Fight against Obesity in Preliminary Research; Future Aircraft can be Directly 3D Printed; Paper-Like Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries

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This issue profiles genetically modified bacteria that help in fight against obesity in preliminary research, future aircraft that can be directly 3D printed, and a paper-like material for lithium-ion batteries.

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Inside R&D Alert. Genetically Modified Bacteria Help in Fight against Obesity in Preliminary Research; Future Aircraft can be Directly 3D Printed; Paper-Like Material for Lithium-Ion BatteriesIn This Issue1. GENETICALLY MODIFIED BACTERIA HELP IN FIGHT AGAINST OBESITY IN PRELIMINARY RESEARCH2. FUTURE AIRCRAFT CAN BE DIRECTLY 3D PRINTED3. HARVESTING ENERGY IN MARS4. PAPER-LIKE MATERIAL FOR LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES




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