Dawn Of The Circular Carbon Economy

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DNA As A Service
"Circular Carbon Economy" is starting to mature, explained Dr Stefanie Frank, lecturer in Synthetic Biology, Department of Biochemical Engineering at University College London (UCL), at the IET Central London Network lecture 'When Engineering Meets Biology' held at IET Savoy Place. 
DNA-as-a-service, storing data within DNA, making food from thin air, generating spider silk within a bio reactor and 3D bio printing - just some of the amazing technologies created from elements (synthesised) like solar, carbon and light. The lecture highlighted that whilst these theories are not new, modern sciences have brought these theories to life (literally). 

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Posted by Rimesh Patel on Feb 29, 2020 11:48 AM Europe/London

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