Synthetic Biology – Inventing the Future




The hottest new field in biotech is synthetic biology: Scientists can now re-program life at the cellular level, just like a computer program. Syn-bio experts (also known as bio-hackers) are re-programming the DNA in viruses and creating novel life forms that can replicate and grow just like natural single cell organisms.

Joining Robert Tercek in the discussion are Andrew Hessel, Distinguished Research Scientist with the Bio/Nano Programmable Matter Group at Autodesk, and Dr. William Hurlbut, Physician and Consulting Professor at Stanford University.

Inventing the Future is a live news program featuring coming trends that will shape society. In today’s world, success means knowing “What’s Next After What’s Next?” Lead by Robert Tercek, Inventing the Future offers insight into the future of the world after tomorrow.

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