Gene-splicing enzymes can be theirs at touch of a button - OregonLive.com: "Jacqueline Poston leaves her lab at Oregon Health & Science University and heads to the vending area, past Coke and Pepsi machines. She puts a card in a vending machine, browses her choices and punches E3.
The silver coil turns, a pouch falls and Poston grabs her selection: an ice-cold packet of Phusion High-Fidelity PCR Master Mix. That's not an energy drink. It's a chemical Poston can use to stitch bits of DNA together.
Luckily the machine didn't jam. The packet costs $145.80."