If you couldn't attend the TED2008 geekfest (that's the Technology, Entertainment, and Design meeting) a couple of weeks back, conference organizers have begun posting videos of some of the talks. Of course, Craig Venter took to the podium to talk about synthetic biology and "fourth-generation fuels." After his talk, you can watch what's billed as "a fascinating Q&A" with Craig and Chris Anderson.

 

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