Programming language for cells
This programming language allows program bacteria to detect environmental conditions in a body such as oxygen saturation level and acidity. Moreover, there is an opportunity to program cells to produce cancer drugs if they detect tumors, or produce yeast cells with their fermentation processes. Now, it is available to change the functions of E.coli bacteria, and in the near future, it will be available to program Bacteroides, Pseudomonas, and Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Programming human embryo is currently not highly developed, so not available for public or research use. Moreover, it has more ethical issues compared to the programming of bacteria