What happened this week? Biotech revolutionizes Coffee, Paris N°1 Biocluster, a DNA-made Computer…

Welcome in our Top of the week list! This week is full of uncommon stories. Did you know that we can create the best coffee from Biotech techniques? The New York-based startup Afineur can do this!

Even more crazy, what do you think of a DNA-made computer? Quite strange, right! Well, if you’re curious, read our week’s highlights and find out more 😉

What if the Best Coffee could be obtained thanks to Biotechnologies?



French bioengineers Camille Delebecque and Sophie Deterre founded the food Start-up Afineur in New York to revolutionize coffee.


Paris is Europe’s biggest Biocluster, but nobody knows it …


Paris by night, Source:Luke Ma

Paris is well-known for being the most beautiful city in the world. But did you also know that it concentrates most of the French Biotech industry and is Europe’s biggest biocluster?


DNA to play an essential role in the future of Computers?

dna computer

University of East Anglia

You can do terrific things with DNA – convicting a murderer, confirming the right father … and building computers!


Top 5 Biotech Books to Enjoy your Summer on the Beach


CC Arun Katiyar

Hey the sumer is still here so why not sit for a bit and enjoy a good Biotech book? Read our Top 5 to find out which one is the best!


Sobi gets a long-lasting grip on a rare type of Hemophilia

Swedish Orphan Biovitrum

Swedish Orphan Biovitrum

In the 19th century, Queen Victoria passed the Hemophilia B to diverse royal houses of Europe. Today, its characteristic heavy bleedings can be treated quite well!


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