Scientists built a perfectly self-replicating synthetic cell

Scientists have crafted a single-celled synthetic organism that divides and multiplies just like the real thing. The advancement could someday help researchers to build miniscule computers and tiny drug-producing factories, all out of synthesized cells. 

Of course, that future likely won’t be realized for many years to come.

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Intel's $20 billion Arizona expansion will bring 3,000 new high-wage jobs

Wed Mar 31 , 2021
Intel today announced a substantial expansion of its Arizona-based manufacturing capacity with a $20 billion investment – the largest private sector investment in state history. The expansion will see the construction of two new semiconductor fabrication facilities, or fabs, which will produce advanced semiconductor chips used in modern electronics. The […]