Cole Hudson Just so I have something to point to - biology : now :: computers : late 60/early 70s
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Nick Silvestri I am guessing this is more specifically related to CRISPR or other genetics-related technologies?
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Cole Hudson Not specifically. It's not inevitable that bio should follow the same path as computing, but all the same tools seem to be lying around. For example, emerging 'Homebrew Computer Club'-like organizations such as build-a-cell [0], infrastructure such as Richard Murray's biomolecular breadboards [1], and the emerging culture of non-professionals such as [2], [3], [4], among (presumably) less-visible others. Links:
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