Biology's Master Programmers

Check out this great article about synthetic biology past, present and future. http://www.technologyreview.com/featured-story/428187/biologys-master-programmers/ From this article: "Many of us thought that working at the single-gene level was just a starting point, that we really needed to figure out how all these newly identified genes arising from the Human Genome Project fit into networks, pathways, and…

Genome Compiler 0.2.5 update is out with Genbank file support!

To upgrade - start Genome Compiler, the program will prompt you to update. The installer from our website is automatically updated with the new release.   The release notes: -          Enhancements o   Support Import Genbank format files o   Enhance experience of highlight selection between zoom levels -          Fixed Issues o   Issues focus change between opened Projects o   Change codon in Amino Acid…

Genome Compiler 0.2.3 update is out

To upgrade - start Genome Compiler, the program will prompt you to update. The installer from our website is automatically updated with the new release. The release notes: -          Enhancements o   Pricing flow – show the estimated price upfront o   Update Materials Library o   Mouse usability – Add usage of Ctrl / Command / Shift when dragging Parts or…

Autodesk "ideas" conference

Genome Compiler is proud to be presenting it's first software release at Autodesk "ideas" conference (27th-29th/March).   More about this amazing conference: Imagine it's the year 1977 and a diverse group of visionaries meet to speculate on the impact of the “personal computer.” Could they have imagined how the exponential growth of computation, connectivity, and…

Meet our advisors: Andrew Hessel

Andrew Hessel serves on Genome Compiler advisory board. He is the co-chair of Biotechnology and Bioinformatics track at the Singularity University, located at the NASA Research campus (http://singularityu.org/). Andrew is also a gifted speaker and educator in the field of Synthetic Biology, as demonstrated by the following recommended videos:   For more information, check out: http://about.me/andrewhessel…

Synthetic Biology 5.0 Meeting

The Synthetic Biology 5.0 conference, held at Stanford University (http://sb5.biobricks.org/) recently released the video recording of many of the presentations.   Check out the following presentation by Genome Compiler advisor Prof' George Church:   NEXT GENERATION TECHNIQUES, George Church, Harvard Medical School from Holly Million on Vimeo.   More presentations can be found on the SB5.0…

Stay Tuned!

We're thrilled to bring you updates on our development, new partnerships, and new projects.  Check back often as things are just starting to take off. Prof George Church at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard, Image Courtesy bbc.co.uk In the meantime, here's a fantastic article from the BBC talking about the future…