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Madison biotechnology company FluGen Inc. will start another round of human trials on its universal flu vaccine next year.
These amazing products incorporate advanced 21st century plant biotechnology and five rose stem cells to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and help promote skin texture and suppleness.
Provincial governments have published plans to push funds into areas such as biotechnology and cloud computing.
And while these are futuristic ideas, biotechnologies have been arriving much faster than anyone predicted, Dr. Church said.
But the new work is raising troubling questions about how terrorists or rogue states could use modern biotechnology.
The robots work for Zymergen, a biotechnology company that moved into this former electronics factory on the eastern shore of California’s San Francisco Bay in 2014.
Hudson, who will receive the innovation honor, has also been credited with helping to change the face of Huntsville in areas as divergent as downtown redevelopment, biotechnology and the arts.
The hero of this tale is Harvard professor and geneticist Dr. George M. Church, a Dudley Do-Right of high science who wants to use rapidly advancing biotechnologies to eradicate Lyme disease in humans, herpes in Asian elephants, and other scourges.
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