NSF-produced audio documentary envisions future where scientists can predict how cells, brains, bodies and biomes will react to changing environments

Imagine a world where scientists can predict with confidence whether crops will grow in extreme temperatures, just by understanding their genetic makeup. Consider a future where doctors can know what cells will become malignant, well before they have the chance to develop into cancerous growths.

"In that world, we can make a better life for us all," says James Olds, head of the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Biological Sciences Directorate. "We can provide a safe and stable food supply. We can use the body's own immune system to defeat cancer."

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NSF-produced audio documentary envisions future where scientists can predict how cells, brains, bodies and biomes will react to changing environments

Imagine a world where scientists can predict with confidence whether crops will grow in extreme temperatures, just by understanding their genetic makeup. Consider a future where doctors can know what cells will become malignant, well before they have the chance to develop into cancerous growths.

"In that world, we can make a better life for us all," says James Olds, head of the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Biological Sciences Directorate. "We can provide a safe and stable food supply. We can use the body's own immune system to defeat cancer."

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