Could Synthetic Biology Save the World?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

"The future of mankind is far from secure." That's the rather ominous first line of Dr. Mark Poznansky's new book, "Saved by Science: The Hope and Promise of Synthetic Biology." The book outlines how humans can harness the power of science to solve humanity's big, existential problems such as health, hunger, and pollution.
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