UC Berkeley launches Synthetic Biology Institute to advance research in biological engineering
( Pontifex Marketing and Communications ) Aiming to create 'an industrial revolution in biological engineering,' the Synthetic Biology Institute is launching a collaborative effort with its first Industry Member, Agilent Technologies Inc., a leader in measurement technologies and products to advance science and engineering research. Agilent is helping to initiate SBI research with a multi-year ...
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