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Point of View: A transatlantic perspective on 20 emerging issues in biological engineering

  1. Bonnie C Wintle  Is a corresponding author
  2. Christian R Boehm  Is a corresponding author
  3. Catherine Rhodes
  4. Jennifer C Molloy
  5. Piers Millett
  6. Laura Adam
  7. Rainer Breitling
  8. Rob Carlson
  9. Rocco Casagrande
  10. Malcolm Dando
  11. Robert Doubleday
  12. Eric Drexler
  13. Brett Edwards
  14. Tom Ellis
  15. Nicholas G Evans
  16. Richard Hammond
  17. Jim Haseloff
  18. Linda Kahl
  19. Todd Kuiken
  20. Benjamin R Lichman
  21. Colette A Matthewman
  22. Johnathan A Napier
  23. Seán S ÓhÉigeartaigh
  24. Nicola J Patron
  25. Edward Perello
  26. Philip Shapira
  27. Joyce Tait
  28. Eriko Takano
  29. William J Sutherland
  1. University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
  2. Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology, Germany
  3. University of Oxford, United Kingdom
  4. University of Washington, United States
  5. University of Manchester, United Kingdom
  6. Bioeconomy Capital, United States
  7. Gryphon Scientific, United States
  8. University of Bradford, United Kingdom
  9. University of Bath, United Kingdom
  10. Imperial College London, United Kingdom
  11. University of Massachusetts, United States
  12. Cambridge Consultants Limited, United Kingdom
  13. BioBricks Foundation, United States
  14. North Carolina State University, United States
  15. John Innes Centre, United Kingdom
  16. Rothamsted Research, United Kingdom
  17. The Earlham Institute, United Kingdom
  18. Desktop Genetics, United Kingdom
  19. Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
  20. University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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Cite as: eLife 2017;6:e30247 doi: 10.7554/eLife.30247
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Horizon scanning.

The seven stages of the horizon scanning procedure (Sutherland et al., 2011) used to identify emerging issues in biological engineering.

https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.30247.002

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