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Digital Biology with Raymond McCauley | Singularity Hub | Exponential Manufacturing

(upbeat music) – Thanks for being here, Raymond. – So great to be here. – Yeah, it’s always very fun talking with you. – Thank you. – And so, people here are talking about biomanufacturing. A lot of people don’t know what that means though, like what is biomanufacturing and how new is it? – […]

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More to our Junk DNA than meets the eye | Jay W. SHIN | TEDxKobe

Translator: Hideki Yakushiji Reviewer: Claire Ghyselen Good morning. I am a cell biologist from RIKEN Yokohama. Today I am going to tell you about junk. Gomi! Yes. Junk can be considered as something useless or serving no purpose. Let me give you an example. A food that is considered having very little nutrition value, we […]

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How to build synthetic DNA and send it across the internet | Dan Gibson

Alright, let me tell you about building synthetic cells and printing life. But first, let me tell you a quick story. On March 31, 2013, my team and I received an email from an international health organization, alerting us that two men died in China shortly after contracting the H7N9 bird flu. There were fears […]

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The next software revolution: programming biological cells | Sara-Jane Dunn

The second half of the last century was completely defined by a technological revolution: the software revolution. The ability to program electrons on a material called silicon made possible technologies, companies and industries that were at one point unimaginable to many of us, but which have now fundamentally changed the way the world works. The […]

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