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You want to share your knowledge or experience in biotech? Here is your chance! Submit your article about research, startups or any other general issues in biotechnology!

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Easy as ATCG: Commercialization of DNA as data storage

By Alison Hirukawa   A recent publication in the March edition of the scientific journal Science reports an important advancement in using DNA as a method of data storage1. This has prompted a re-visitation of the idea of using DNA as a stable archival medium. How close are we to realizing

Alison

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250€ in Cash

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250€ in Cash

The author of the best article will receive 250€ in cash.

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The author of the best article will be featured on labiotech.eu, the leading digital media for biotech, serving 70k+ monthly readers. All other submissions might still get alternative publication or freelance offers.

Conference Ticket worth 800€

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Conference Ticket worth 800€

The author of the best article will receive a free ticket to the Refresh Conference, Europe's most refreshing tech conference, taking place June 8th 2017 in Berlin.

Submissions

Easy as ATCG: Commercialization of DNA as data storage

By Alison Hirukawa   A recent publication in the March edition of the scientific journal Science reports an important advancement in using DNA as a method of data storage1. This has prompted a re-visitation of the idea of using DNA as a stable archival medium. How close are we to realizing

Alison

Genetic Engineering: Evolution and Revolution

Over the last years, new genetic engineering technologies have emerged and undoubtedly show up game-changing. Genome engineering is since a long time explored and used because there is a lot at stake here in many fields. Indeed, the possibility to add, remove or change precisely DNA sequences in

Nicolas Grandchamp

Revolution of drug design

Revolution of drug design Nucleoside analogues have been in clinical use for almost 50 years and have become cornerstones of treatment for patients with cancer or viral infections. Additionally, nucleoside analogues can be used as immunosuppressive drugs. Therefore, Azathioprine, a purine analogue,

KatharinaPaulick

What can synthetic biology bring to soft robotics as the next generation of artificial intelligence?

Amir Pandi1, Matthieu Da Costa2 1Institute of Micalis, INRA/AgroParisTech, University of Paris-Saclay, Paris, France 2Crop Science Division, Bayer, Frankfurt, Germany   Conventional rigid-bodied robots are used to perform specific single tasks efficiently but often with limited

Amir_pandi

Why Does Cancer Kill So Much? A Deep Look At Its Obscure Mechanisms + Quick Cancer Numbers & Companies!

This is a quick-and-essential summary of a review paper titled “Emerging Biological Principles of Metastasis”, recently published in the journal Cell and written by one of the most prominent figures in the field of oncology: Robert A. Weinberg. Seasoned with very interesting cancer numbers and

CarlosAzuaje