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Engineering a plastic-eating enzyme

engineering a plastic-eating enzyme
Portsmouth UK (SPX) Apr 22, 2018 Scientists have engineered an enzyme which can digest some of our most commonly polluting plastics, providing a potential solution to one of the world's biggest..
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Plastic-eating enzyme sparks hope in fight against pollution

Scientists in Britain and the United States say they have engineered a plastic-eating enzyme that could help in the future fight against pollution.
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Did Scientists Create A Plastic-Eating Enzyme? [Video]Did Scientists Create A Plastic-Eating Enzyme?  00:33

Some of humanity’s greatest scientific inventions—penicillin, X-rays, pacemakers, the microwave—were all created after researchers accidentally discovered how they could work.

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Scientists In Colorado Accidentally Engineer Plastic-Eating Enzyme [Video]Scientists In Colorado Accidentally Engineer Plastic-Eating Enzyme  02:12

The mutant enzyme eats plastic bottles.

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Plastic-eating enzyme holds promise in fighting pollution [Video]Plastic-eating enzyme holds promise in fighting pollution  01:33

Scientists in Britain and the United States say they have engineered a plastic-eating enzyme that could in future help in the fight against pollution. Zachary Goelman reports

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Scientists Develop Enzyme That Eats Plastic [Video]Scientists Develop Enzyme That Eats Plastic  00:52

Scientists have accidentally developed a plastic-eating enzyme that may be used to combat one of the world’s worst pollution problems. Matt Yurus reports.

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Scientists make new plastic-eating enzyme in fight against pollution [Video]Scientists make new plastic-eating enzyme in fight against pollution  01:00

A team of scientists have bolstered an enzyme to eat plastic Plastic polyethylene terephthalate (PET) lasts for hundreds of years This new bacteria will be able to eat through and speed up the..

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Scientists test plastic-eating enzyme in bid to fight pollution [Video]Scientists test plastic-eating enzyme in bid to fight pollution  02:01

It is a world first in an effort to find a solution for the 300 million tonnes of plastic produced every year.

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Scientists accidentally created a mutant, plastic-eating enzyme


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‘Recycling Solution:’ Researchers Accidentally Produce Plastic-Eating Enzyme


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Plastic-eating enzyme could help fight pollution, scientists say

Scientists in Britain and the United States say they have engineered a plastic-eating enzyme that could in future help in the fight against pollution.
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Scientists Develop Enzyme That Eats Plastic

Scientists have accidentally developed a plastic-eating enzyme that may be used to combat one of the world's worst pollution problems.
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Scientists test plastic-eating enzyme in bid to fight pollution

It is a world first in an effort to find a solution for the 300 million tonnes of plastic produced every year.
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Plastic eating enzyme could revolutionise recycling

An engineered enzyme that eats plastic could usher in a recycling revolution, scientists hope.
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Plastic-eating enzyme accidentally created by scientists could help solve pollution crisis

'This is a potentially very useful technology to support recovery and recycling of plastics,' says expert
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