Ellen Jorgensen

Ellen Jorgensen

May 06, 2024

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About This Project

Equitable access to biotechnology is a global challenge in low-resource settings where there is limited ability to source, safely transport and pay for expensive, temperature-sensitive reagents. Enzymes are the workhorse tools of biotech R&D. Can we turn our community lab into a hub of decentralized enzyme production/distribution and empower others to do the same worldwide with a step-by-step guide with best practices and starter tools?

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