Synthetic Bio in Review | GenomeWeb

Over at the Your Bones Got a Little Machine blog, Perry offers highlights from the Synthetic Biology 4.0 meeting that was held in Hong Kong this month. The meeting was "an effective way to quickly sample the current developments in synthetic biology," Perry writes, noting in particular the topics of talks by Clyde Hutchison, Christopher Voight, Jay Keasling, and others.

 

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