Synthetic Genomics

  • Founded by genomics pioneers J. Craig Venter and Hamilton Smith, noted for leading first efforts to sequence human genome
  • High profile partnerships with ExxonMobil, BP, and Novartis; otherwise, remains extremely guarded about partners
  • Recent investment by Life Technologies
  • R...

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