Synthetic Biology: The next scientific revolution?

Synthetic Biology: The next scientific revolution?

Posted on: 6 August 2014

For some, synthetic biology (synbio) is the new engineering. Despite fears that it could be used to create new ecological dangers, synbio has already made significant advances in healthcare, technology, agriculture and data storage. In this short video for the Rainbow Seed Fund, Professors Orkun Soyer and Declan Bates from the University of Warwick define synthetic biology, discuss how it can be applied and look at why it's creating so much excitement across the world. 


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