CSET Director of Biotechnology Programs and Senior Fellow Anna Puglisi provided insights into China’s illicit efforts to acquire genetic data from the United States in Politico’s Morning Cybersecurity. She pointed out that such data will serve a wide variety of interests, from health care to agriculture. “It’s enablers like sequencing and other tools of discovery that are going to drive the bioeconomy, that are going to drive precision medicine,” she said. “The more data you have, the more you can start to understand what genes do.”
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