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Biohacking: The democratisation of science or just the next fitness craze for Generation Z?

A personal commentary by Tina Koutouleas What is Biohacking? Biohacking is anything that “hacks” i.e. improves our natural biology from microbe to human by people outside of the usual bounds of research. What comes to mind when you hear the word biohacking? If you had...

Rebelling for more Effective Intrapreneurship in Biotech & Life Science

If you’re working with innovation in a big company chances are that you’ve hit the wall a few times although you felt your project could have good implications for your company by bringing it in a new and better direction. At REBBLS we set out to uncover how...

Response to CRISPR EU ruling

Photo by Manuel Barroso Parejo on Unsplash Back in June, the EU court came out with its highly anticipated ruling on gene-edited organisms. You might have heard of gene-editing, as specifically the CRISPR technology has been making headlines, not only due to its huge...

“An Engineer, an Economist, and an Ecomodernist Walk Into a Bar and Order a Free Lunch – A Personal Commentary”.

Stan Cox narrates a brilliantly leery take on modern attitudes relating to sustainability, the dismal search for new markets and the relationship between the double eco - ecology and economics. The piece, published on counterpunch.org at the start of august this year,...

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