Ginkgo recently announced the opening of their second-generation organism foundry, Bioworks2, an 18,000 square foot facility for designing and testing engineered organisms. Ginkgo’s foundries enable rapid development of engineered microbes that can produce enzymes and other compounds used in the flavors and fragrances, cosmetics, and nutritional products, among many other applications. “We are excited to begin a partnership with a company so committed to growing the field of biological engineering, as evidenced by Ginkgo’s many successful partnerships. Ginkgo’s platform is state of the art and capable of engineering cells to produce a broad range of targets, representing an incredible opportunity to demonstrate the similarly wide-ranging capabilities of our custom biosensors,” said Giles Ochs, Co-Founder of Prospect Bio.
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