Sept.: IgnitePDX, USA

By admin | Published: September 24, 2010

A copy of the slides is available here. (.pdf)

In this talk I will present three hypothetical recipes that use actual biotechnologies that were created in the lab or have been field tested.

These recipes and the stories behind their ingredients will make the technology of Genetic Engineering much saner or much scarier depending on your point of view.

At the end I will make the case for the Genomic Gastronomer, a DIY BioHacker with an interest in food.

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