Being able to program and print new molecules opens up new worlds of possibility, in more ways than we can even imagine
One of the things you hear a lot when you talk to entrepreneurs and venture capitalists is that they want to change the world. Some of them even mean it.
For centuries, humans have used yeast to make beer and bread. Now, a startup is using it to engineer designer fragrances, cosmetics, pesticides, and biofuels.
We, our environment, our universe all share a common code base. The scientists at Ginkgo are creating the tools and infrastructure needed to build new operating systems and applications using that code.