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So far Christopher Harrison has created 36 blog entries.

Reviewing the SynBio Startup Scene in 2016

Bored of the daily grind? Feel like taking your future into your own hands? Convinced that your ideas have the potential to change the world and (just possibly) make a lot of money? Then you’ve most likely already thought about [...]

By | August 17th, 2016|Bioentrepreneurship, Synthetic Biology News|

Money Money Money: SynBioBeta London’s Investor Panel

Got a great idea, a strong patent, and a close-knit team? Sounds like you have the perfect basis for a successful start-up – now it’s just a matter of getting some money. Right? Hahaha, no. Fund-raising, unfortunately, is not quite so [...]

By | April 3rd, 2016|Individual Profile, Synthetic Biology News|

Ethics and Biotech: “Innovating Responsibly” Panel at SynBioBeta London 2016

It’s a fair guess that most people reading this site will be a fan of technology, optimistic for the changes that synthetic biology is able to bring to the world. But new ideas can bring great wonders and great dangers, [...]

By | April 3rd, 2016|Individual Profile, Synthetic Biology News|

Technological Tourism: Your Handy Guide to the European Synthetic Biology Startup Scene

The startup scene is buzzing at the moment; new companies are being founded by the day, investor money is piling into the field in the hopes of catching the next unicorn, wild-eyed founders roam the streets with brilliant plans to [...]

By | March 16th, 2016|Synthetic Biology News, Synthetic Biology Stack|

Thinking Outside the Lunch-box: How Bento Bioworks is Building a Better Hardware for Biology

The rise of the DIY-Bio movement, essentially biotechnology for everyone, has led to a corresponding need for low cost equipment. This is a need targeted by several products, including commercial devices—such as the OpenPCR and Open qPCR thermocyclers, the liquid [...]

Synpromics Announces Collaboration to Apply Synthetic Promoters in Gene Therapy

When we think of synthetic biology we think of the power of genetic engineering; moving genes between organisms, modifying the coding for a protein to improve its efficiency, incorporating a metabolic pathway or two to perfect our microbial factory. But [...]

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