Uncategorized — 21 January 2014

Every day new advances are made in synthetic biology that have possibilities to help solve environmental problems, cure diseases, create vaccines and even produce necessary chemicals that have minimal impact on the environment.

 

Imagine bacteria that eats pollution in water or can recycle gold from electronics – the scope of synthetic biology is practically limitless

 

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Rachel Epstein

Rachel works for Genome Compiler, a biotech start up in Tel Aviv, Israel which offers a new and convenient solution for genetic design and production. She an editor and author for GetSynBio where she strives to bring all synthetic biology content together. Rachel is originally from New York and received her BA from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Rachel has lived and worked in Peru, Spain, Italy and Israel.

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