March 26 - March 30, 2018

Researchers have started modifying the color of a certain bacteria, which they say could lead the way to “growing” biodegradable, non-toxic paint. Do you think research such as this is worth pursuing?


Answers Votes
No, it's a waste of resources. 94%
Yes, it could lead to less harmful products. 5%
Other. (Please respond in the comments.) 1%


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