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Ginkgo Bioworks is a biotechnology company using machine learning techniques and lab automation to engineer microorganisms as a service.

A DNA synthesis company using a next-generation silicon-based technology platform.

A non-profit organization promoting responsible innovation in the field of synthetic biology through competition, collaboration, and community.

Synthace is a software company based out of London, UK building automation software that gives biologists the ability to control and analyze the performance of lab hardware.

Arzeda is a biotechnology and software company designing custom microorganisms for industrial applications through computational enzyme design, protein optimization, and metabolic engineering.

Cargill Corporation is an international producer and distributor of agricultural products. William Wallace Cargill founded Cargill as a grain storage facility in 1865.

Pembient uses advances in biotechnology to fabricate horn and other wildlife products to combat the threat to endangered species.

A genetic medicine company that build data platforms using synthetic biology, artificial intelligence and genetic medicine creating medical therapies.

Bolt Threads is a biotechnology company that makes high performance fabrics and materials using biology.

Indee Labs focuses on the development of microfluidic vortex shedding for rapidly and efficiently transfecting human primary immune cells with negligible perturbation. The team is focused on developing its core technology for short turnaround chimeric antigen receptor T cell (CAR-T) development and manufacturing.

SynBioBeta is a company that has created a network that is intended to connect various professions through the biological technology industry through conferences, educational courses, and other resources. 

Illumina is a biotechnology company founded in 1998 located in San Diego, California, developing and selling instruments, reagents, and services for DNA sequencing applications.

RebelBio is a startup accelerator backed by SOSV supporting companies creating products and services based on life science technologies.

Caribou Biosciences is a Berkeley California based private company founded in 2011 by Jennifer Doudna and Rachel Haurwitz based on CRISPR technology.

An Israeli startup company that is working to make sustainable "animal-free" cell-based meat products available at the local level by adapting the distributed manufacturing model

A Canadian food biotech company focused on the development of hypoallergenic peanuts

New Wave Foods is a biotechnology company developing plant based alternative seafood products. The company is based out of San Francisco, California and was founded in 2015 by Dominique Barnes and Michelle Wolf.

Intellia Therapeutics is a biotechnology company founded in 2014, based in Cambridge, MA that develops biopharmaceuticals using CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing technology.

Aleph Farms is an Israeli cellular agriculture start-up founded by Didier Toubia and Shulamit Levenberg in 2017 developing technologies for culturing meat products into 3D structures.

A synthetic biology company that designs, builds and tests genetic circuits for the purposes programming cell therapies. Their first therapeutic candidates are aimed at solid tumors and blood cancer and the company plans to move beyond oncology.

A startup accelerator for biotechnology companies located in San Francisco, California.

A biotechnology company that has built a robotic cloud lab which allows on-demand services for biology laboratories.

A biotechnology company founded in 2015 which operates as a subsidiary of Gilead Sciences and Kite Pharma. The company developed a platform for custom cell engineering called synNotch to be used for anticancer therapies. Their system can also be used to develop cell-based therapies for autoimmune and degenerative disorders.

A research and technology development non-profit organization in Menlo Park, California.

MicroSynbiotiX is a company developing cost-effective oral vaccines to combat aquaculture infections and improve global food security. The company is headquartered in Cork, Ireland and was founded in 2016 by Antonio Lamb, Sebastian Cocioba, and Simon Jegan Porphy.

Finless Foods is a biotechnology company producing cultured marine animal food products through implementing cellular agriculture and manufacturing technologies.

Emerald Therapeutics is a biotechnology company located in San Fransisco, California, founded by Brian Frezza and DJ Klienbaum in 2010. Emerald Therapeutics offers cloud a based software and hardware platform that allows researchers to remotely perform automated scientific laboratory experiments.

Precision BioSciences is a biotechnology developing a gene editing platform for the creation of cell therapies, gene therapies, and agricultural products.

A British biotechnology company developing insect-based biological control systems for safe and sustainable control of insects that transmit disease to humans and destroy crops.

Cambrian Genomics is a biotechnology company developing technologies to synthesize DNA. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, California, and was founded in 2011.

The Cellular Agriculture Society (CAS) is an international non-profit organization seeking to support the development and commercialization of cellular agriculture and cell-based meat products and technologies.

Geltor is a cellular agriculture company making essential proteins, such as collagen and gelatin, using microbes in their own bio-fermentation recombinant protein production facility.

Mammoth Biosciences is an American company based in San Francisco founded on June 1, 2017. Mammoth Biosciences uses CRISPR technology to develop bio-sensing technologies for diagnostics in industries such as healthcare, agriculture, manufacturing, and forensics.

Prokarium is a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing vaccination and cancer immunotherapy solutions based on synthetic biology.

A research company providing technology enabled research and advisory solutions.

An industrial biotech company developing a commercial bioprocess for manufacturing bio-based malonic acid.

AOBiome Therapeutics is a therapeutics company, based in Newton, Massachusetts and founded in 2013, that conducts clinal-stage research to address inflammatory conditions with Ammonia Oxidizing Bacteria (AOB).

An industrial biotechnology company using a bioprocessing platform to produce chemical products.

Gene and cell therapy group focused on developing life changing treatments for serious diseases.

A synthetic biology company making antibiotics and bioactives.

Nebula Genomics is a genetics company developing a platform for individuals to get their personal genome sequenced, and then enable them to store and control that information through cryptographic encryption on the blockchain.

An enzyme engineering company supplying products to commercial customers and developing proteins for its own portfolio of clinical biologics.

Company commercializing single cell analysis systems

Genome Compiler is a company founded by Omri Amirav-Drory, Roy Nevo, Yogev Debbi and Nir Ben-Moshe.

Yield10 Bioscience, agricultural science company, specialized in innovative crop science designed to improve crop yield and enhance global food security.

Clara Foods is a biotechnology company founded by two New Harvest community members David Anchel and Arturo Elizondo in 2014. The company is based out of San Francisco, California and manufactures animal- free proteins using using yeast bio-fermentation techniques fore use in food products.

Wild Type is a San Francisco based company producing meat products like salmon using cellular agriculture lab techniques.

RoosterBio is a biotechnology company located in Frederick, Maryland, founded by Jon Rowley in 2013 providing standardized stem cell products for R&D, clinical, and commercial use in the regenerative medicine industry.

A therapeutics company founded in 2016 working in drug discovery and development using fungi. LifeMine uses genomics approaches to search for biosynthetic genes in eukaryotic microbes for the discovery of naturally inspired drugs to treat previously untreatable and significant chronic diseases.

A pharmaceutical company that combines probiotics with synthetic biology to create novel therapeutics for chronic diseases. The underlying concept of their strategies is to used genetically engineered probiotic bacteria as vectors for the delivery of therapeutic proteins for the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease.

An enterprise software company developing computer aided design (CAD) tools for designing and testing DNA sequences.

Oisin develops anti-aging treatments that target and remove senescent cells, a type of damaged cell that is unable to divide, accumulates during aging and contribute to age-related diseases.

Silicon Valley-based genetic engineering startup.

Biotherapeautics company founded in 2014 and based in Paris that uses proprietary methods in synthetic biology, protein and genome engineering to produce Eligobiotics, products which intervene with the microbiome as diagnostics, antimicrobials and modulators of host-microbiome interactions.

A company developing antibacterial therapeutics for drug-resistant bacterial infections

Formerly Zimitech, Sugarlogix manufactures complex sugars found within human breast milk that have probiotic functions using biologically engineered yeast. The complex sugars made by Sugarlogix are made to selectively feed bacteria found within the human gut biome that help restore ratios of bacteria within the gut that promote better health. ​

A biotechnology and synthetic biology company developing antibiotics to treat drug-resistant bacterial infections.

A life sciences company researching and developing bio-therapeutic control systems.

Biotech company that develops and commercializes ingredients for use in food, nutrition, personal healthcare, agriculture, and other sectors.

Biotechnology company developing proteins from algae for animal and human health and address world's food shortages

A biotechnology company making specialty ingredients and consumer products out of plant sugars.

A New Zealand industrial biotechnology company developing a gas fermentation platform for converting concentrated industrial emissions into valuable chemicals.

Pharmaceutical company that manufactures and licenses technology to make cannabinoid based therapies.

Bioeconomy Capital is a biotechnology investment firm. The primary focus of Bioeconomy Captial is the industrialization of early stage biotechnology companies operating within the bioeconomy making products such as materials, chemicals, and enzymes.

A nonprofit genomic research institute dedicated to advances in human health and the environment.

Company for outsourced research through a network of scientific service providers.

A food ingredients company that uses biotechnology to brew proteins and nutrients, for more delicious and sustainable foods.

Synthetic biology company that uses AI, DNA synthesis, and robotics to discover biological molecules.

A textile fiber company headquartered in Wichita, Kansas and is a subsidiary of Koch Industries specializing in making integrated fibers, resins, and chemical intermediates.

Alliance for Regenerative Medicine (ARM) is an international community of therapeutics companies, non-profit research institutes, and patient organizations advocating for regenerative medicines.

CHAIN Biotechnology is a live biotherapeutics company founded in 2014 and based in Nottingham and Marlow, UK. CHAIN works with the Synthetic Biology Research Centre in Nottingham and has built a live biotherapeutic platform based on Clostridia being to deliver bioactive molecules to treat diseases associated with the human gut microbiome.

A technology company with 3D design, engineering, and entertainment software and services. It was founded in 1982 and is located in San Rafael, California. 

A company developing and commercializing products in biopharma, industrial biotech, and biotech lab services.

Burcon is food biotechnology company that was founded in 1998, and headquartered out of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, producing plant-based proteins and ingredients for food and beverage industry.

Synthetic biology company that created novel DNA base pairs and uses them to incorporate novel amino acids into proteins for potential therapeutics in areas of cancer and autoimmune disorders.

DNA synthesis company using enzymatic DNA synthesis.

A specialty chemical company manufacturing and marketing chemical intermediates, additives, specialty chemicals and plastics.

Oxford Genetics is a synthetic biology company specializing in DNA design, protein expression optimization and cell line development technologies and services.

DNA sequencing company specializing in rapid long-read sequencing through nanopores.

Wave Life Sciences is a biotechnology company developing therapies to treat genetic diseases.

A company that develops, manufactures, and markets enzymes for use in industrial processes, food manufacturing, materials production, and consumer products.

OncoSenX is a spinout company of Oisin Biotechnologies, formed to develop programmable suicide gene therapy to kill cancerous cells.

A synthetic biology company using CRISPR to develop a portfolio of genetic medicines.

A biotechnology company, founded in 2017 and based in San Francisco, with a platform that enables viruses to be engineered for use as therapeutics against antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

A biotechnology company using genetic editing technologies to develop therapies for the treatment of cancer and genetic diseases.

Radiant Genomics, a subsidiary of Zymergen, developed an industrial platform for natural product and gene discovery that makes organisms not easy to cultivate in the lab accessible to scientists. Their libraries of genetic diversity use several technologies including sequencing, bioinformatics, synthetic biology.

Editas Medicine is a genome editing company founded in 2013 that is using CRISPR technology to treat patients with genetically defined diseases.

A research project with contributions from biohackers and citizen scientists at two community labs, Counter Culture Labs in Oakland, California and BioCurious in Sunnyvale, California. The team uses synthetic biology and cellular agriculture techniques to produce milk proteins with baker's yeast to produce cheese without animals.

An institute for research at Harvard University for developing bioinspired materials and medical devices.

GenoFAB is a virtual Research Informatics for Synthetic Biology founded by Jean Peccoud.

A biotechnology company developing and commercializing spider silk for textiles and performance polymers. Kraig Biocraft Laboratories uses genetic engineering to produce recombinant spider silk based fibers on an industrial scale.