Raghuvandhanan K S


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The 21st Century is often said as the Era of Biotechnology, Given the current pandemic situation, the above statement seems to imply. One of the prominent and emerging fields in Biotechnology is “Synthetic Biology”, which aims to apply engineering principles to the creation of ...Learn More

In recent years, Synthetic biology has gained a lot of attention because of it potential and what the field can deliver.Synthetic biology help scientists understand how genetic parts work together, and then to combine them to produce useful applications. There is a lot of ...Learn More

Here is the List of Leading Companies in Synthetic BiologyCOMPANYFOUNDERDESCRIPTIONGinkgo bioworksTom KnightThis company uses synthetic biology design custom organisms for customers across multiple marketsThermo Fisher ScientificGeorge N. HatsopoulosTheir synthetic biology ...Learn More

Here are some Pioneers of Synthetic Biology and their Contributions: PioneersContributionsGeorge McDonald Church• Developed Polonator G.007, which made DNA sequencing about one hundred times less expensive than it had been.• He is using CRISPR, to alter 62 pig genes at a time, ...Learn More

Synthetic Biology offers a wide range of Applications and Advances. Here are some: Health - Gene editing, Personalized medicine, Tissue engineering and biologics replacing chemically-synthesized drugs. Example: Engineered Bacteria for treatment of Colon cancer. (REFERENCE: ...Learn More

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