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   <p class="main">The Kyoto University team is looking for latent possibilities of bacteria. We have been bringing out their potentials by making the most of genetic engineering and our creative minds.</p>
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   <p class="main">In this year, we are focusing on physical force produced by bacteria. Our ultimate goal is to salvage the Titanic from the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean with bacteria. We are engineering their motion and cell densities. Their fate is to get maximum buoyancy and propelling forces.</p>
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Revision as of 00:12, 14 September 2008

Titanic

Project Description

The Kyoto University team is looking for latent possibilities of bacteria. We have been bringing out their potentials by making the most of genetic engineering and our creative minds.

In this year, we are focusing on physical force produced by bacteria. Our ultimate goal is to salvage the Titanic from the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean with bacteria. We are engineering their motion and cell densities. Their fate is to get maximum buoyancy and propelling forces.

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