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What's Your Bio Strategy?: How to Prepare Your Business for the Age of Synthetic Biology

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NAMED ONE OF LABIOTECH'S TOP 10 BIOTECH BOOKS.

The last 50 years have been dominated by microprocessors and information technology. The next 50 will be defined by engineered living systems.

Consumer packaged goods, energy, food, healthcare, and materials industries are being transformed by the digitization of biology, gene editing tools, and synthetic biology – the rapid
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Kindle Edition, 192 pages
Published November 2nd 2017 by Pulp Bio Books
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Suchitra S
Mar 09, 2019 rated it it was ok
Poorly written. I expected a lot more out of the interviews with the leaders in synthetic biology. It is a nice book if you want to know what is synthetic biology and where the technology can take us. The questions asked were similar across interviews and even though it was nice to see how the answers changed between people, I don't think I got great insights. I did not see a great answer to the question in the title of the book. Maybe the answer is in there in the several interviews but it does ...more
Jonatan Westholm
Oct 20, 2020 rated it really liked it
A list of 25 interviews. The best ones are Very Good. The less interesting ones are at least short. A lot of overlap certainly, but suppose it can't be helped. It will be interesting to have this book to look back at in the future. Some things will probably seem overly optimistic, other things will seem right on point. ...more
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