These 'biofoundries' use DNA to make natural products we need
The prototyping process at the heart of biofoundries involves the design of DNA genetic components.
Paul FreemontProfessor, Imperial College, London
Natalie CurachProject manager, Partnerships Manager
Douglas FriedmanExecutive director, Engineering Biology Research Consortium
Sang Yup LeeDistinguished Professor, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
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