Working with our clients on the latest changes in the life science fields requires not only a deep scientific expertise, but also deep industry expertise. We invest significant time and effort in developing a knowledge base that offers unique perspectives and insights to our clients.
You will find here a comprehensive database of fresh news about the latest trends in the field, our latest blog articles, our twitter feed and the first comprehensive map of the synthetic biology ecosystem and its evolution as seen through iGEM since 2004.
The Synthetic Biology Ecosystem
An Interactive Map
To facilitate access to the wealth of knowledge created by generations of iGEMers, Synbio Consulting built a map interface using the Creative Common data available from iGEM.org.
This tool allows searching, navigating and sorting through hundreds of synthetic biology projects and get access to videos, posters and presentations directly from within the interface. A handy “save for later” option also lets users select interesting projects for future reference.
Explore the Synthetic Biology Ecosystem
Since 2004, iGEM has played a crucial role in the development of the upcoming generation of young synthetic biologists and many nations see iGEM as a strategic move to promote domestic progress in the field.
By offering this tool to the community, Synbio Consulting opens a new window on the development of synthetic biology. We hope to inspire future generations of Synthetic Biologists and foster new collaborations.
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