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Better Know a Bioengineer: Drew Endy

Today we present the second installment of the "Better Know a Bioengineer" video series. In this video, Drew Endy, PhD, explains why biology is a technology that can be engineered to the benefit of mankind.

This video, which was produced by the School of Engineering, is part of a series meant to profile the work of an individual bioengineering professors at Stanford. The Department of Bioengineering is jointly supported by the Schools of Medicine and Engineering.

Previously: Better Know a Bioengineer: Stephen Quake, Drew Endy contemplates new modes of computing in medical research and Drew Endy discusses programming DNA and hacking biology

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