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iGEM: Catalyzing Entrepreneurs and Startups in Synthetic Biology

The “e” in iGEM stands for “engineered”. Everyone knows that. But there’s another e-word iGEM headquarters wants teams to consider: entrepreneurship. It may seem odd considering iGEM decided to retire the Entrepreneurship track after the 2014 Jamboree, but it makes [...]

By | August 19th, 2015|Education, Industry Support, News|

Chai Biotechnologies Brings Real-Time PCR to Biohackers with Kickstarter Launch

Real-time PCR has become an increasingly useful and popular tool in the lab, but with machines costing tens of thousands of dollars, it’s use has been out of reach to those without big budgets or the ability to leverage a [...]

By | November 18th, 2014|Industry Providers, Lab Equipment, News|

A Sneak Peek Into the SynBioBeta Company Database

Do you ever feel lost when attempting to quantify the progress and momentum of the synthetic biology field? Or perhaps you’re a student, a new iGEM team, or a software engineer that has stumbled across this idea about making biology more [...]

By | November 9th, 2014|News|

What U.K. Companies Are Traveling 5,400 Miles to SynBioBeta SF 2014?

A few years ago the United Kingdom selected synthetic biology as one of the Eight Great Technologies that will fuel economic growth for the country, provide avenues to boost exports, and receive seed funding from the government. It’s a lot [...]

By | November 8th, 2014|News|

OpenTrons Brings Rapid Prototyping to Biotech with Kickstarter Launch

We've all been there before. You're working on a big project, the lab team needs to collect data, and it takes 36-hours of constant prepping and babysitting. Heck, I used to work in a lab working on creating novel bacteria [...]

By | October 31st, 2014|Cloud Laboratories / Automation , Industry Providers, News|

Synthetic Biology Bags Two More Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Awards

Earlier this month Amyris and Solazyme, industrial biotechs hailing from the first wave of synthetic biology, were awarded Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Awards from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The award was started to promote the use of, well, green [...]

By | October 28th, 2014|Bio-based Chemicals, Biofuels, Chemicals, Energy & Environment, News|
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