Scientific American is reporting that scientists have figured how to use chicken eggs to produce human monoclonal antibodies. Now I could go off on a fantastic tangent about what monoclonal antibodies are, how they work, and so on and so forth.

Suffice it to say however that they are a new type of medicine, and using eggs to make them is cool because it will massively simplify production, and hopefully promote researchers to find more and better uses for them.