MIT team touts sci-fi style "virus battery"

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Is there a GM campaign against Franken-batteries in the offing?

It might sound like something out of a science fiction film, but researchers at MIT reckon they have developed a way of making batteries from genetically engineered viruses that promises to reduce the...

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