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Biomanufacturing has produced important materials, ingredients, therapeutics, and more for decades, yet it is still far from a mature industry. Given life’s 3.5 billion years of experimentation on Earth, it takes a lot of effort and resources to fully unleash nature’s potential for societal gain.

That said, biomanufacturing is entering a new age, spurred by the growth of synthetic biology and renewed investment in bioprocess innovations and technologies. Many have referred to this biomanufacturing renaissance as the next industrial revolution — a biorevolution.

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