(April 4, 2012) Drew Endy delivers a presentation on some of the recent progress that has been made in the field of bioengineering. The ability to work with biology is constrained by the tools that we have to interact with living systems, and Endy looks at how biology is becoming increasingly accessible to the technology field.
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