In Episode 2 we take a dive into Synthetic Biology - the science of designing life. We talk with some of the biggest innovators in the field: Michael Chen (CEO of Nuclera), Mark Kotter (CEO of bit.bio) and Prof. Paul Freemont (Imperial College London).
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