Naked Genetics 46 – Naked Genetics 15.12.14

An old brick wall in English bond laid with alternating courses of headers and stretchers. (c) Oula Lehtinen

Synthetic biology – engineering life – is set to revolutionise the world, but how? We’ll be hearing about some of the most exciting applications for synthetic biology, and how it’s being commercialised. Plus, our gene of the month has got itself all in a twist.  This is the Naked Genetics podcast for December 2015 with me, Dr Kat Arney, brought to you in association with The Genetics Society, online at genetics.org.uk.

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