The answer is Life Sciences.
Today, the focus is heavily on linking lab research with real life applications and the results will benefit and provide insight to millions of people worldwide.
Through the advances in CRISPR and cell-therapy, along with the unity of technology and science, companies are entering into a pivotal time of change. These technologies could result in the most significant changes in outcomes for patients with many diseases, especially cancer.
Only last week, a new Life Sciences hub opened in Massachusetts that will house over 500 scientists and technologists dedicated to innovation and advancements in precision medicine.
So, while we're chilling out, drinking a cold beer, listening to some music, these people are making Rosalind's theory a reality.
Welcome to a world where science and everyday life live in harmony.
In the words of Rosalind Franklin, a pioneer of the Life Sciences industry who helped discover the structure of DNA, “science and everyday life cannot, and should not, be separated.”