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3 scenarios for how bioengineering could change our world in 10 years

In the future, edible vaccines might be grown in plants

Clarissa Rios Rojas

Research Associate, Centre for the Study of Existential Risk, University of Cambridge

Luke Kemp

Lecturer in International Relations and Environmental Policy, Australian National University

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