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Submission + - Secrete Messages Encoded in Bacteria (sciencemag.org) 1

sciencehabit writes: Researchers have invented a new form of secret messaging using bacteria that make glowing proteins only under certain conditions. In addition to being useful to spies, the new technique could also allow companies to encode secret identifiers into crops, seeds, or other living commodities.
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Secrete Messages Encoded in Bacteria

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