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Ginkgo Bioworks and Prospect Bio will Collaborate to Develop and Deploy Biosensors

Ginkgo Bioworks, “the organism company,” has just announced a partnership with biosensor developer Prospect Bio whereby the two will collaborate to improve the efficiency of Ginkgo’s process for engineering biological strains.  Under their collaboration, Prospect Bio will develop biosensors that [...]

SGI-DNA Announces Commercial Launch of Syn2.0™ and Syn3.0™ Minimal Synthetic Cells

LA JOLLA, CA – October 5, 2016 – SGI-DNA, a Synthetic Genomics, Inc. company, announced today that it is making Syn2.0™ and Syn3.0™ Minimal Synthetic Cells commercially available to researchers worldwide. With genomes smaller than any known naturally occurring bacterium, Syn2.0™ [...]

Ginkgo-Genomatica alliance to accelerate commercialization of high-volume chemicals

Ginkgo Bioworks and Genomatica Forge Alliance to Accelerate Commercialization of More Sustainable High-Volume Chemicals Delivers the full package to chemical producers to cost-effectively make many mainstream chemicals Boston, MA and San Diego, CA, September 29, 2016 Ginkgo Bioworks and Genomatica announced an alliance [...]

The Synthetic Biology Ecosystem is Born

By Jason Kelly, CEO of Ginkgo Bioworks Biotechnology is expanding into new markets at a rapid rate. Bolt Threads is bringing biotech to the fashion industry—recently announcing a partnership with Patagonia. The Flavor & Fragrance industry had no biotech products [...]

By | September 29th, 2016|Industry Providers, News, Organism Engineering Platforms|

Amyris & Ginkgo Bioworks Complete Collaboration Agreement to Accelerate Commercialization of Bio-Based Products

EMERYVILLE, Calif. and BOSTON, Sept. 15, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Amyris, Inc. (Nasdaq:AMRS), the industrial bioscience company, today announced that it has completed a subsequent collaboration agreement with Ginkgo Bioworks, which is expected to be approved by the boards of [...]

Exit E. coli. Enter ‘Vmax’

Synthetic Genomics announces a ‘next-generation host organism’ that will ‘drastically improve’ current methods A new host organism called “Vmax” is about to push E. coli to the scientific sidelines. So says Synthetic Genomics Inc., which announced its next-generation biotechnology host [...]

By | August 29th, 2016|Industry Providers, News, Organism Engineering Platforms|