Genetic Modification is a Group Activity: Genome Compiler adds User Comments and Track Changes Features

Teamwork in the Synbio laboratory just became a whole lot easier thanks to Genome Compiler’s new Track Changes and User Comments features. Details such as these to the technology utilized by the growing industry are among the most important concerning the human element responsible its grandest endeavors.

With the most recent triumph of developing the world’s first completely synthetic…

Genome Compiler acquires a worldwide license for a key patent

Genome Compiler is happy to confirm that the litigation between DNA2.0 and GCC has been settled. As part of the settlement, DNA2.0 has granted GCC a worldwide license, covering GCC, it’s customers and it’s users.

Read more analysis on the subject from a  third party perspective .

Read Official Settlement here.

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Genome Compiler In the news!

Venture Beat published an article discussing the acceleration of data, technology, and human capability. The article examined the future of bio-tech and GC was recognized as a leader in the field.
The re-emergence of BioTech, or BioTech 2.0, is a great example of innovation in automating procedures on top of newly procured datasets. Companies like Transcriptic are making robotic fully…

How to Teleport Life at the Speed of Light

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In Craig Venter’s new book Life at the Speed of Light: From the Double Helix to the Dawn of Digital Life he describes the innovative future of synthetic biology. Craig Venter explains that with the use of super computers mankind will have the ability to design and code DNA and then have the ability to print that DNA out. This technology would lead to mass distribution to cures and medicine at…

GetSynBio: The New Community Portal

GetSynBio is a new community portal for synthetic biology, which includes original interviews with the most interesting people in synthetic biology, as well as links to the most pertinent news stories, a huge list of related videos, an events timeline and a page publicizing the most interesting iGEM projects. Click here to visit t…

New Release – Combinatorial Design!

And if you’re not sure what that is, check out the latest one-minute tutorial videos.
Genome Compiler’s combinatorial design feature easily generates and filters multiple sequence combinations at any given layer, whether it be on part, amino acid or DNA level. 

 

Not quite sure which promoter will produce the highest transcription rates? Try them all. All you do is drag the other…

Kickstarter bans project creators from giving away genetically-modified organisms

The crowdfunding website Kickstarter has banned all future projects from giving away genetically-modified organisms as rewards to backers. I think it would be fair to assume that this may be connected with the Glowing Plant Project, which did extremely well on Kickstarter (raised half a million dollars) and did a lot to publicize the platform for funding innovative projects. For more information,…

Introducing the Latest Member of the Genome Compiler Team

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2 month-old Noli is the latest addition of the Genome Compiler team and is already rocking an I Hack Life t-shirt! Noli was engineered in a DIY lab using Genome Compiler software by over-expressing the ‘cuteness’ gene in the Canis lupus familiaris genome. Our next project will be to make her glow.
 

Disclaimer: Noli the dog was not really engineered in a lab and we have no…

Back Translation & New Annotation Features Will Save Your Lab Tons of Time!

Back Translation is here! No more wasting endless time working out which codons should be used to optimize expression in a target organism. Genome Compiler does it all for you with one click. The codon bias for every organism you might deal with is stored in the software, meaning you can move DNA sequences, peptides, proteins and even entire genomes from one organism to another without…

SB6

This week the biggest and brightest names in Synthetic Biology are gathering together at Imperial College in London. From 09-11 July academics, industry researchers, software companies and synth companies, among others, will be exchanging ideas, making connections and, like a synthetically produced enzyme, catalyzing the progress in the incredible new field that we are proud to be part of.

If…

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