For some reason, I only just found out that Harvard University offers free tuition for prospective students in households that make less than $60,000 a year. My excitement is several years late, but I feel the need to share my ideas about it anyway, because this is an incredibly important issue to me.
There may be 70 billion copies of George Church and Ed Regis’ Regenesis: How Synthetic Biology Will Reinvent Nature in existence, but don’t look for it on any best-sellers list and don’t expect to pick up a copy from Barnes & Noble. On the other hand, carrying all 70 billion copies is easy because you can slip them into your pocket and still have room for your wallet and keys. Continue reading A very tiny printing press: Writing books into DNA