Jurassic World Clip: InGen Technologies: Tomorrow, Today (HD)

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You know those extended commercials that various industries, but especially oil and pharmaceutical companies, make to make them seem benign and desirable?

The producers of Jurassic World have made one for InGen, the company responsible for the technology that allows dinosaurs to become de-extincted (their phrase). It’s as benign and in control as anyone could possible ask for, but since we know what happens in the movie, it takes on a chilling aspect that is quite delicious.

Check it out after the jump. Jurassic World opens on June 12th.

InGen Technologies: Tomorrow, Today (HD) – YouTube

InGen Technologies – A Division of Masrani Global
http://www.masraniglobal.com/

InGen is all about tomorrow’s technology, today. Ever since its founder Dr. John Parker Hammond dreamed up the idea to access prehistoric life from preserved DNA in fossilized amber, InGen’s headquarters in San Diego, CA have been busy at work collecting the world’s most comprehensive genomic library. Their work paved the way for the first prehistoric animal to be brought back to life in 1984 and since then have learned valuable lessons about control and environmental issues which have helped shape the company into what it is today.

The acquisition of InGen by Masrani in 1998 hasn’t changed the scientific focus placed on the company, and CEO Simon Masrani has looked to experienced geneticist Dr. Henry Wu to guide the company ever since – with results often exceeding expectations for investors. Thanks to Masrani, InGen has been reinvented and is bringing tomorrow’s science, today.