By Rosemarie Szostak, Ph.D.
Originally published March 7, 2018
Synthetic biology is the engineering of biological components, systems or organisms to make chemicals or materials. It has the potential to disrupt highly disparate industries ranging from pharma to chemicals, materials, plastics, agriculture, food and even lighting and electronics. Synthetic biology is poised to change the fundamental building blocks of many industries.
This article provides a snapshot of the synthetic biology market in a number of key industries and explores how disruptive technologies can significantly alter the way businesses operate across any market space. Understanding what is on the horizon is critical and will help companies prepare for and exploit these changes in a way that protects and accelerates their business. Get the article here.
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