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Synthetic Biology: Now and The Future | Geoffrey Baldwin | TEDxImperialCollege
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Added Sep 1, 2016
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Dr Geoffrey Baldwin discusses the history and future implications of innovations in synthetic biology, giving us a glimpse of how society and industry might be revolutionized by these changes.

Dr. Geoff Baldwin is a Reader in Biochemistry in the Department of
Life Sciences and Centre for Synthetic Biology and Innovation
(CSynBI) at Imperial College London. He has spent his career at the
interface of the physical and life sciences. He has been one of the
advisors of the very successful Imperial College iGEM teams over
the last few years. He has also been responsible for developing the
training pipeline of synthetic biologists at Imperial College, having
established the final year undergraduate module that is taught across
the Life Science and Bioengineering Departments, and being Director
of the MRes in Systems and Synthetic biology. He has been involved
with setting up the Centre for Synthetic Biology and Innovation where
he has an active programme of research in DNA assembly, part
characterisation, circuit design and implementation.He also has an
active programme of research and commercialisation around the use
of protein nanocages as drug delivery vectors.

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