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Italian scientists on short-term contracts defend their futures by protesting cuts in research funding and jobs.
Spanish biologist David Ràfols used his experience in the food industry and public technology-transfer offices to create his own open-innovation company.
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The field is still in its infancy, but synthetic biology is evolving fast and gaining increasing support.
The field is still in its infancy, but synthetic biology is evolving fast and gaining support.
Talking to journalists for the first time is often a sink-or-swim experience, but preparation can improve the odds that your scientific work is disseminated accurately to the public.
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