Biotechnology

From spider silk shoes to algae fuel, welcome to the new age of biotech

Natural strength: new biotech materials mimic spider's silk

Andras Forgacs

CEO, Modern Meadow

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Image: Gabriel Rangel, Biological Sciences in Public Health Program at Harvard University
2012 data Image: Dr. Robert Carlson — his article in Nature
Image: Steve Jurvetson, with adaptations by the author

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