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(C) Wolf G Kroner 2012 Dr James FlattSynthetic Genomics: Autochton Biotechnology

March 2012. Turning biomass into commodity products such as functionalised human nutrition, fish feed, or renewable energies requires a different approach. In a candid conversation James Flatt, CTO of Synthetic Genomics cautions of biotech hypes. He describes strategies against anti-GMO retailers or consumers, and outlines competitive positions.

 

 

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