My first brush with Synthetic Biology, 13 years ago, was a baptism by fire, but exciting nonetheless. It was late in 2000 while I was working as part of the NewcoGen Group (a Flagship Ventures fund) where we founded a synthetic biology company called engeneOS (Engineered Genomic Operating Systems). The business plan included innovative but optimistic strategies to develop engineered genomic parts that could be assembled to provide bio-organisms with a range of novel properties. We also envisioned assembly of whole modified organisms,...

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