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Synbio Changes Everything

The ability to produce COVID vaccines in record time only scratches the surface of what synthetic biology can do. Gingko Bioworks out of Boston is now 3-D printing millions of letters of DNA code and then using CRISPR to insert it into living cells, transforming what’s scientifically possible.Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or your player of choice.