TeselaGen Press Releases


TeselaGen Biotechnology Teams Up with iGEM to Advance Synthetic Biology in Developing Countries

TeselaGen Biotechnology announced today that it has partnered with the iGEM Foundation to support the iGEM Design League, a new competition that aims to advance synthetic biology, starting with Latin America. As part of the collaboration, students will have access to the TeselaGen® operating system for biotechnology to design projects that solve critical local problems using synthetic biology. 

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cell factory

Machine Learning and Synthetic Biology used to Optimize a Cellular Factory for Industrially Relevant Products

A collaboration between the Technical University of Denmark, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and TeselaGen Biotechnology, Inc. has shown that mechanistic and machine learning models can complement each other and can be combined to enable accurate genotype-to-phenotype predictions, and increase the productivity of important bioproducts produced by industrial organisms.

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Scientist Proteins

Arzeda leverages scalable Synthetic Biology resources to drive computational protein design platform

Arzeda, the Protein Design CompanyTM, Twist Bioscience Corporation, TeselaGen Biotechnology Inc. and Labcyte Inc. have partnered to build a state-of-the-art DNA assembly platform to significantly reduce the time and cost required to build genes encoding Arzeda’s designed proteins. (…)
“The platform we are building with Arzeda significantly accelerates workflows by optimizing information flow. It has been an exciting collaboration that continues to expand as we move downstream into the TEST and EVOLVE modules for analytic data acquisition and analysis,” said Michael Fero, Ph.D., CEO of TeselaGen.

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