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Coding boot camps are all the rage in tech. Can that model work for biotech?

Welcome to “biotech school.” It's free, for a select few, but will it help them land a job in the industry?

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SAN FRANCISCO — Coding boot camps have proliferated here, as a way to train workers to get entry-level jobs in the booming tech industry. Now, a local biohacker wants to

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