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“Synthetic Life?” The New Industrial Revolution? (Bioethics Seminar)

Hastings Centre Will biological engineering usher in a new industrial revolution? Gregory Kaebnick, a research scholar at The Hastings Center, leads a bioethics seminar on synthetic biology. What is it? Where might it lead? What ethical questions does it raise?

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Controlling protein function with nanotechnology

Gabrielle DeMarco EurekAlert Bio and nanotechnology experts at Rensselaer discover how different nanomaterial surfaces affect proteins. Troy, N.Y. – A new study led by nanotechnology and biotechnology experts at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is providing important details on how proteins in … Continue reading

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