Oscillator - deactivated


A collection of notes, thoughts, and news about synthetic biology and biologically inspired engineering in principle and in practice.

Synthetic biology aims to redesign biological systems in order to better understand them and to make useful products. What is going on in synthetic biology today, and how will it affect science, technology, industry, and society in the future?

Christina Agapakis, the blogger, is a graduate student at the Harvard Medical School working on a PhD on synthetic biology approaches to bioenergy.

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May 28, 2011

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