Venter eases fears over synthetic biology as bioweapons

10/24/2007 | BBC

In a briefing in central London, U.S. scientist J. Craig Venter said synthetic biology could help prevent infections, such as malaria and drug-resistant superbugs, and argued that concerns over the possible use of synthetic organisms to produce bacterial bioweapons are unfounded.

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