Publications

The DNA of the U.S. Regulatory System: Are We Getting It Right for Synthetic Biology?

The pathway to market for new products utilizing synthetic biology can be difficult to navigate, posing a challenge for companies in their efforts to commercialize new ideas, while the novelty posed by some of these products can make it difficult for regulatory agencies to evaluate risks, according to a new report from the Synthetic Biology …

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The Synthetic Biology Project at the Wilson Center: Eight Years of Engagement and Analysis

The Synthetic Biology Project was launched in 2008 to ensure that, as synthetic biology moves forward, public confidence in the science and applications remains high, policymakers are informed, and any risks are minimized. To achieve that goal, the project worked with the scientific community in both academia and industry, and with stakeholders in government, NGOs, …

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