Lecture to cover global economics of cheap biotech
Posted April 24, 2012; 09:00 a.m.
The global proliferation of cheap biological technology has opened up new economic opportunities for developing countries as well as security concerns that will be the topic of "Biology is Technology: Garage Biology, Microbrewing and the Economic Drivers of Distributed Biological Production," at noon Friday, May 4, in Icahn Laboratory, Room 280. The event is part of the Biosecurity Seminar Series sponsored by Princeton's Program on Science and Global Security. Lunch will be provided.