A mutant plastic-eating enzyme could help solve the world’s waste problem
Scientists in Britain and the United States say they have engineered a plastic-eating enzyme. The enzyme is able to digest a form of plastic called PET or polyethylene terephthalate, that's found in most plastic bottles.
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