64-x

64-x

64-x is a biotechnology company using genetic engineering to create organisms capable of performing biomanufacturing, bioremediation, and improve human health.

64-x is a biotechnology company that is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts that was founded by Alexis Rovner, George Church, Jeffrey Way, and Pamela Silver in 2017. The company is using synthetic biology and genetic engineering to create microbes capable of performing economically valuable functions such as manufacturing a desired compound (biomanufacturing), removing/adding specific compounds to or from the organisms surrounding environment (bioremediation), or performing functions that improve human health.

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Alexis Rovner

Co-Founder & CEO

George Church

Co-Founder

Jeffrey Way

Co-Founder

Pamela Silver

Co-Founder

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At Y Combinator, Startups Manage Molecules Rather Than Code

Sandra Upson

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The top 10 startups from Y Combinator's Demo Day S18 Day 2

Anna Escher, Connie Loizos, Lucas Matney, Jonathan Shieber, Anthony Ha

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