Learn how Arzeda leveraged technology from TeselaGen, Labcyte and Twist Bioscience to accelerate their synthetic biology workflow and build a better DNA assembly line. The integrated solution speeds up the workflow, reduces errors and overall cost. Equally important, rather than hiring a large team to design and implement this platform, it’s a plug-and-play solution that Arzeda got up and running in around two weeks.
The Jensen Lab at DTU Biosustain, also known as Synthetic Biology Tools for Yeast (SBTY), develops engineering tools and high-resolution data that can dramatically increase the speed, efficiency and rationale by which yeast-based cell factories are screened, selected and engineered. Learn how TeselaGen collaborated with DTU Biosustain using machine learning to optimize these cellular factories.
Joshua Heazlewood, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor at the University of Melbourne, Australia. He joined the university in 2013, as an ARC Future Fellow at the School of Botany. As part of his teaching responsibilities, he inherited a master’s-level class on Advanced Molecular Biology Techniques that was – in a word – boring. The course had become stale and no one was interested in taking it. It needed some re-invigorating. So in 2018, Joshua reached out to TeselaGen to help him and his students.