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- From bio- + -punk, apparently on the model of cyberpunk. Compare biotech. (Wiktionary)
“Maynard's point is that "it is going to be really tough for a self-trained 'biopunk' to assimilate the knowledge and expertise to make a productive contribution to biotechnology.”
“Photos of naked people in trees: tantalizing, gnarly, and bursting with "biopunk" science fiction potential.”
“Thanks for the link biopunk ... there's a few there that I haven't seen before, and it's pretty cool seeing that many great artists in one post!”
“Good movie, and by reading that Wikipedia entry, I now know that there's such a thing as biopunk ....”
“She is a fellow-traveler of the emerging biopunk movement who argues passionately on behalf of open-sourced genomic databases.”
“Bill Kartopoulis bill willingham billy boyd bimonscificon bingo biography biopunk”
“Bioshock was like a super-simplified biopunk version of System Shock 2 designed for a controller in mind (no drag'n'drop inventory and combining of items which I loved in SS2).”
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Cyberpunk, steampunk, etc. Draws partly on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Literary_punk_genres and clockpunk, atompunk, squidpunk, cyberpunk, steampunk, postcyberpunk, biopunk, mannerpunk, elfpunk, mythpunk, splatterpunk, sandalpunk and 18 more...
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