Where corporations should engage biohackers in product innovation

We recently caught wind of a do-it-yourself (DIY) “biohacking” group, DIYbio. The group wants to “make biology a worthwhile pursuit for citizen scientists, amateur biologists, and DIY biological engineers” with projects like a homebuilt electrophoresis box and the BioWeatherMap, a citizen-built, rea...

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