Azeen Ghorayshi

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An editor with the East Bay Express, a weekly in the San Francisco Bay Area

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Trees that glow in the dark are just one of the opportunities being offered by Do It Yourself Bioscientists.

The DIY Bio Science Movement and Glowing Trees

Trees that glow in the dark are just one of the opportunities being offered by Do It Yourself Bioscientists.

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