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breakthroughs in the human genome field with his new clinical data network, Phosphorus.
Daisy Robinton, 30, co-founder of Weird and Wonderful
A postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University, Robinton carries out research in molecular, cellular and developmental biology.
She takes a deep look at the fundamental mechanisms of liver cancer and the possibilities of stem cell research.
As co-founder of Weird and Wonderful, Robinton also explores the potential of bioengineering bringing an end to ageing. The production company fuses art and science together in an effort to offer an entertaining look into discovery.
Science becomes more and more interesting to the majority as young minds make new progress in fields relatable to daily life.
With this year set to be another year of great discovery, keep an eye out for new innovations that could improve your life.