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Responsible Conduct in Synthetic Biology

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Published on Aug 15, 2013

Terry Johnson of UC Berkeley and Synberc provides a perspective on the unique features of synthetic biology that require special consideration above and beyond traditional biotechnology. Terry discusses how technologies like gene sequencing, gene synthesis, computational design, and the internet are accelerating and converging to pose new challenges to responsible innovation.

Video by Terry D. Johnson, UC Berkeley Bioengineering (tdj@berkeley.edu)
Based on slides by J. Christopher Anderson, UC Berkeley Bioengineering

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