Testing biological systems by synthetically reconstructing them
Tuesday 13 April 2021, 16.00 hours
– Dieter Braun, professor Systems Biophysics, LMU Munich
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How can we derive answers to the question of the origin of life? Instead of simply collecting facts, biological systems can now be directly tested by synthetically reconstructing them.
Every person asks themselves the seemingly simple question: where do we come from? How did life originate? How can we address such complex issues while only having access to fragments of the process? Through the technical and experimental developments of recent years, it is now possible to derive answers and to address this question more precisely and with a sound scientific basis. Instead of simply collecting facts, biological systems can now be directly tested by synthetically reconstructing them.
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