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Hacking into pharma’s R&D model
The founder of a new co-op biotech company Andrew Hessel talks to eyeforpharma about how...
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Innovating Tools for Quantifying the Self, and Future Self
Eri Gentry, Carlos Olguin, and Drew Purves, all innovators at the fore of the field,...
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Autodesk Genetic Engineer is Able to 3D Print Viruses, Soon to Attack Cancer Cells
Weaving his way through a virtually invisible and widely unknown world of microscopic cells and...
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Biohackers on “Grinders,” Van Gogh’s Other Ear and the Augmented Self at Techonomy
The “Innovating Our Selves” panel — sandwiched on this afternoon’s schedule between “Confronting the Internet...
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3D Printed Virus To Attack Cancer Cells
A genetic engineer at Autodesk says he can 3D print a virus that one day...
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Microorganisms can assume some really strange roles
Viruses aren't something anyone should want to be infected with, but a certain man believes...
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Meet the biologist hacking 3D printed cancer-fighting viruses
"I'm trying to make 3D printed cancer-fighting viruses" declares Autodesk's Andrew Hessel, speaking at WIRED2014...
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Making bespoke cancer drugs: Andrew Hessel | WIRED2014 preview
Andrew Hessel is speaking at WIRED2014 on 16-17 October. Tickets are on sale now: see...
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It's Not Magic: Watch How Parts Assemble Themselves
What if a table or a bridge could build itself? Researchers at the self-assembly lab...
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What Bio Means to Techonomy
For us here at Techonomy, next Tuesday’s Techonomy Bio conference is a catalytic and mind-expanding...
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3D Printed Cancer Medicines at Toronto ideaCity
Andrew Hessel, Autodesk Distinguished Researcher, will discuss 3D printed cancer medicines at Toronto’s ideacity conference...
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Why Autodesk's CTO Believes Synthetic Biology is More Promising Than 3-D Printing
While 3-D printing is often hyped by the media -- sometimes for good reason --...
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Software Company Autodesk Creates Synthetic Virus
This virus was originally produced by the J. Craig Venter Institute back in 2003, but...
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The next step in technology: 4D printing
MIT assembly lab director Skylar Tibbits on creating 4D printing technology. Watch more ...
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Biotech's Brave New World: Push One To Create Life; Push Two To Create Alien Life
This month, Autodesk, the design and engineering software company, booted up a synthetic bacteriophage—aka a...
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Citi: These 10 Technologies Will Utterly Transform The World
4-D Printing: The movement is spearheaded by a guy named Skylar Tibbits, a researcher in...
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Synthetic biology: Cultural divide
A Canadian futurist named Andrew Hessel has an unorthodox idea about how to cure breast...
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Autodesk Builds Its Own Virus, as the Software Giant Develops Design Tools for Life Itself
Autodesk, which develops design software for building very big things, just built a very small...
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Self-Assembly Required: One Scientist’s Bid to Build Cancer-Killing Nanorobots
The term “cancer killing nanorobot” could conjure up all sorts of images, the best involving...
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Can Autodesk and Organovo Bring Tissue Engineering to a Hospital Near You?
Tissue engineering has captured the imagination of mainstream media and investors alike. In the future,...
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