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BioTaiwan 2017 concludes, another successful gathering of the region's life science community - Markets Insider

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http://news.google.com - Markets InsiderBioTaiwan 2017 concludes, another successful gathering of the region's life science communityMarkets InsiderBioBusiness Asia this year featured a wide range of session themes with a particular emphasis on emerging technologies including precision medicine, next generation sequencing, artificial intelligence (AI), synthetic biology, cancer immunotherapy, and ...and more »

Synbio at the BioWorld Congress in Montréal - PLoS Blogs (blog)

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http://news.google.com - Synbio at the BioWorld Congress in MontréalPLoS Blogs (blog)While ranging from renewal chemicals to biofuels and food ingredients, this year's congress had a dedicated synthetic biology track consisting of seven sessions over three days. Imagine my excitement when I was asked to moderate one of the sessions!

If you could 'design' your own child, would you? - New Zealand Herald

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http://news.google.com - If you could 'design' your own child, would you?New Zealand HeraldBut supporters of synthetic biology talk up huge potential long-term benefits. We could, they claim, potentially edit genes and build new ones to eradicate all hereditary diseases. With genetic alterations, we might be able to withstand anthrax attacks ...and more »

The Era of Human Gene Editing Is Here—What Happens Next Is Critical - Singularity Hub

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http://news.google.com - Singularity HubThe Era of Human Gene Editing Is Here—What Happens Next Is CriticalSingularity HubBut supporters of synthetic biology talk up huge potential long-term benefits. We could, they claim, potentially edit genes and build new ones to eradicate all hereditary diseases. With genetic alterations, we might be able to withstand anthrax attacks ...First Human Embryos Edited in USMIT Technology Reviewall 82 news articles »

Protein folding: Much more intricate than we thought - Chemical & Engineering News

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http://news.google.com - Chemical & Engineering NewsProtein folding: Much more intricate than we thoughtChemical & Engineering NewsAlthough the proteins were small—shorter than 50 amino acids long—the feat was a milestone for synthetic biology. Because many of the designed proteins “are more stable than any comparably sized monomeric proteins in the [Protein Data Base],” the ...

Synthetic Biology Market Size is Projected to be Around $26 Billion by 2025: Crystal Market Research - PR Newswire (press release)

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http://news.google.com - Synthetic Biology Market Size is Projected to be Around $26 Billion by 2025: Crystal Market ResearchPR Newswire (press release)A research study titled, Synthetic Biology Market by Product (Oligonucleotide Synthesis, DNA Synthesis, Standardized DNA Parts, Synthetic Genes, Chassis Organisms) and Application (Agriculture, Chemicals, Biofuels, Healthcare) - Global Industry ...and more »

If you could 'design' your own child, would you? - Washington Post

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http://news.google.com - Washington PostIf you could 'design' your own child, would you?Washington PostBut supporters of synthetic biology talk up huge potential long-term benefits. We could, they claim, potentially edit genes and build new ones to eradicate all hereditary diseases. With genetic alterations, we might be able to withstand anthrax attacks ...and more »

Should genetic engineering be used as a tool for conservation? - chinadialogue

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http://news.google.com - chinadialogueShould genetic engineering be used as a tool for conservation?chinadialogueSynthetic biology, also called synbio, is already a multi-billion dollar market, for manufacturing processes in pharmaceuticals, chemicals, biofuels, and agriculture. But many conservationists consider the prospect of using synbio methods as a tool for ...