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The inquiry is examining how the UK can maintain a globally competitive position in emerging and existing bioengineering research fields.
The inquiry will focus on three areas: research, translation and regulation. The inquiry will take synthetic biology, stem cells and genetic modification (GM) as areas within which to explore the issues of research, translation and regulation.
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