Open Science, CRISPR & Stem cells.

David and Aaron visited the Kotton Lab at Boston University earlier this year and learned how Open Source Biology works in reality.  Having a sharing culture in science will benefit us all, lowering the bar and cost to innovation.

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Open Source Biotech Consumables

Kevin Esvelt shares his thoughts on the need for CRISP research Gene Drive Research to be transparent. Collectively scientists could do the most good by doing work in the open.On The MediaNature.

 

 

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