This new report looks at the implications of the Nagoya Protocol of the United Nations’ Convention on Biological Diversity for synthetic biology.
A new report from the Synthetic Biology Project looks at the current regulatory oversight of synthetic biology in the United States through the lens of different applications.
This report presents a set of key research areas to guide the study of the potential ecological impacts of synthetic biology.
This report summarizes key findings from two focus groups held in April 2014, which sought to gauge awareness of synthetic biology and neural engineering.
The first-ever survey of Do-It-Yourself Biology (DIYbio) practitioners finds the community to be far different from fearful and often sensationalist media representations.
A new report from the Synthetic Biology Project looks at how the Nagoya Protocol may affect U.S. researchers working in the field of synthetic biology.
The first-ever survey of Do-It-Yourself Biology (DIYbio) practitioners by the Synthetic Biology Project at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars finds the community to be far different from fearful and often sensationalist media representations. This document features the raw results of the survey.
This report looks at US and EU press coverage of synthetic biology at a time of key discoveries in the field.
By 2-1, Americans believe synthetic biology should be allowed to move forward.
The Synthetic Biology Project found that the U.S. government has spent around $430m on synbio research since 2005.
90 percent of Americans think that the public should be better informed about the development of cutting-edge technologies.
Tracking the last five years of media coverage
Nearly nine in 10 Americans say they have heard just a little or nothing at all about synthetic biology