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Genetically Modified Goats Injected With Spider Genes produce a Biosteel fiber.
A goat that produces spider's web protein is about to revolutionize the materials industry.
Stronger and more flexible than steel, spider silk offers a lightweight alternative to carbon fiber.
Up to now it has been impossible to produce "spider fiber" on a commercial scale. Unlike silk worms, spiders are too anti-social to farm successfully.
Now a Canadian company claims to be on the verge of producing unlimited quantities of spider silk - in goat's milk.
Using techniques similar to those used to produce Dolly the sheep, scientists at Nexia Biotechnologies in Quebec have bred goats with spider genes.
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