How to build synthetic DNA and send it across the internet
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Dan Gibson |
• April 2018
Biologist Dan Gibson edits and programs DNA, just like coders program a computer. But his "code" creates life, giving scientists the power to convert digital information into biological material like proteins and vaccines. Now he's on to a new project: "biological transportation," which holds the promise of beaming new medicines across the globe over the internet. Learn more about how this technology could change the way we respond to disease outbreaks and enable us to download personalized prescriptions in our homes.
Learn more about Codex DNA, a biotechnology company that utilizes unique and proprietary synthetic DNA technologies to create solutions that improve lives and the sustainability of the planet.
Learn more about the BioXp 3200, the world’s first and only fully automated high-throughput DNA printer that prints synthetic DNA in hours for vaccine and drug discovery workflows.