Impossible Foods is a plant-based meat company making meat and dairy products that are made to look and feel like animal products by manufacturing heme, the oxygen binding molecule found in blood, using engineered yeast grown in bioreactors.
The EVERY Company (formally 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.
Benchling is a company based in San Francisco focusing on life science collaboration, both private and public, through creating cloud based software tools for digital DNA sequence editing, designing and running experiments, analyzing data, and sharing research.
Sherlock Biosciences is a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based company founded in 2019 by David R. Walt, Rahul Dhanda, Feng Zhang, Jim Collins, Deborah Hung, Jonathan Gootenberg, Omar Abudayyeh, Pardis Sabeti and Todd Golub.
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.
Lumen Bioscience is a biotechnology founded on April 1, 2017, operating out of Seattle, Washington, making an industrial molecular production platform using the blue-green algae Spirulina capable of producing valuable proteins and other molecules.
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.