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‘Almost no limit’: Synthetic biology has turned the stuff of science fiction into the stuff of science

Harvard Magazine | 
Synthetic biology, or the application of engineering principles to the design of life, presents world-changing prospects. Could components of a ...

Tackling cancer with precision medicine

Harvard Magazine | 
Precision medicine is not really new. Doctors have always wanted to deliver increasingly personalized care. The current term describes a ...
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Biotech startup Indigo Ag aims to upend agriculture with microbiology

Harvard Magazine | 
[David Perry, CEO of Indigo Ag, an agricultural-technology startup headquartered in Boston] sees an opportunity for Indigo Ag to lead ...
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World’s largest flower is a parasite that, surprisingly, exchanges genes with its host

Harvard Magazine | 
[Editor's note: Critics of transgenic GMO crops often argue that the movement of genetic material from one species to another ...
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