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June 11th, 2004

BioBricks to help reverse-engineer life

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Leaders of a new movement are kicking off the first Synthetic Biology 1.0 conference at the Massachussets Institute of Technology this week. "Synthetic biology" is the blanket term for a multidisciplinary attempt to identify a class of standard operational components that can be assembled into functioning molecular machines.

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