President Biden wants to build a ‘bioeconomy.’ Here’s what that means for Boston.

"My view is that out-there stuff is Boston's strength," said Ginkgo Bioworks' Jason Kelly, who attended the White House's bioeconomy summit last week. "I think we should drive a truck through this. I think this is going to be a great opportunity for Boston."

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