Codexis and Molecular Assemblies Announce Execution of Commercial License and Enzyme Supply Agreement for Optimized TdT Enzyme for Enzymatic DNA Synthesis

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REDWOOD CITY, Calif. and SAN DIEGO, Aug. 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Codexis, Inc. (NASDAQ: CDXS), a leading enzyme engineering company enabling the promise of synthetic biology, and Molecular Assemblies, Inc., a pioneer in the field of enzymatic DNA synthesis, today announced the execution of a Commercial License and Enzyme Supply Agreement, enabling Molecular Assemblies to utilize an evolved terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase (TdT) enzyme in Molecular Assemblies’ Fully Enzymatic SynthesisTM (or FESTM) technology. The companies collaborated to develop this supercharged TdT enzyme to advance fully enzymatic DNA synthesis for the production of long, pure, accurate oligonucleotides to accelerate innovation in many fields. Molecular Assemblies plans to first make its FESTM technology available via an early access Key Customer Program, opening later this year.

“We believe this transition from collaborative research to commercial supply of this novel TdT enzyme represents a critical inflection point on the path toward Molecular Assemblies’ full commercial launch in 2023, and we are thrilled to be a key partner in enabling FES technology,” said John Nicols, President and CEO of Codexis. “The commercial license is an exciting advancement for a product with significant value creation potential. The optimized enzyme, deployed in Molecular Assemblies’ FES platform, is differentiated over natural enzymes on the ability to synthesize oligonucleotides of high yield and purity – both critical for commercial success. Once launched, we are confident that FES technology will quickly become competitive with the established alternative, and we eagerly anticipate celebrating its successful commercialization with supply of the enzyme.”

“The partnership with Codexis has been outstanding. Codexis created a highly enhanced TdT polymerase that surpassed performance expectations in a record amount of time, and this agreement solidifies our commercial position,” said Michael J. Kamdar, President and CEO of Molecular Assemblies. “We are excited to provide access to our FES technology via a Key Customer Program, opening up later this year, to generate long, pure, accurate DNA to accelerate innovation in many fields, such as CRISPR and other gene-editing technologies, next generation sequencing, and the assembly of genes for numerous synthetic biology applications. This commercial license and supply agreement puts Molecular Assemblies in a position to achieve our commercialization objectives ahead of schedule.”

The financial terms of the agreement include milestone payments from Molecular Assemblies to Codexis and royalties on sales of oligonucleotides synthesized using FESTM technology. Under the terms of the agreement, Molecular Assemblies has exclusively licensed the Codexis evolved TdT enzyme for commercial use in DNA synthesis.

Molecular Assemblies’ differentiated FESTM technology produces highly pure, sequence-specific DNA on demand. This two-step proprietary process uses aqueous non-toxic reagents, requires minimal post-synthesis processing, and can scale to longer DNA sequences. FESTM technology was specifically designed by Molecular Assemblies to overcome the limitations of the current decades-old chemical DNA synthesis process, known as the phosphoramidite method. Due to the limitations of current chemistries, genes are routinely assembled using short pieces of DNA. FESTM technology employs a template-independent DNA TdT polymerase, which has the ability to synthesize much longer DNA sequences with fewer errors in an aqueous solution, when compared to naturally occurring TdT, which have many limitations that hinder commercial applications. With longer, purer pieces of synthetic DNA, FESTM technology from Molecular Assemblies is designed to streamline synthetic biology applications and meet significant customer demand for faster turnaround times and reduced error rates. In order to accelerate innovation for the field, Molecular Assemblies and Codexis partnered in 2020 to engineer an enzyme to deliver differentiated and cost-effective solutions for the fully enzymatic synthesis of DNA.

Molecular Assemblies will kick off a Key Customer Program later this year to provide select researchers priority access to long, custom oligonucleotides synthesized with its FESTM technology. This program is expected to enable researchers to accelerate their research for gene editing, including CRISPR technologies, next generation sequencing (NGS), and gene assembly applications.

About Molecular Assemblies

Molecular Assemblies, Inc. is a private life sciences company developing an enzymatic DNA synthesis technology designed to power the next generation of DNA-based products. The company’s patented Fully Enzymatic SynthesisTM (or FESTM), based on making DNA the way nature makes DNA, produces long, high quality, sequence-specific DNA reliably, affordably, and sustainably. FESTM technology will enable the reading and writing of DNA for many industries, including industrial synthetic biology and precision medicine, as well as emerging applications of DNA for data information storage, nanomachines, and bio-based electronics. Molecular Assemblies is headquartered in San Diego.

About Codexis

Codexis is a leading enzyme engineering company leveraging its proprietary CodeEvolver® platform to discover and develop novel, high performance enzymes and novel biotherapeutics. Codexis enzymes have applications in the sustainable manufacturing of pharmaceuticals, food, and industrial products; in the creation of the next generation of life science tools; and as gene therapy and oral enzyme therapies. The Company’s unique performance enzymes drive improvements such as: reduced energy usage, waste generation and capital requirements; higher yields; higher fidelity diagnostics; and more efficacious therapeutics. Codexis enzymes enable the promise of synthetic biology to improve the health of people and the planet. For more information, visit www.codexis.com.

Forward-Looking Statements

To the extent that statements contained in this press release are not descriptions of historical facts regarding Codexis, they are forward- looking statements reflecting the current beliefs and expectations of management made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including prospects for Codexis’ evolved terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase (TdT) enzyme for use in Molecular Assemblies’ Fully Enzymatic SynthesisTM (or FESTM) technology. You should not place undue reliance on

these forward-looking statements because they involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that are, in some cases, beyond Codexis’ control and that could materially affect actual results. Factors that could materially affect actual results include, among others: Codexis’ dependence on its licensees and collaborators; Codexis’ dependence on a limited number of products and customers; and potential adverse effects to Codexis’ business if its products or the products of its customers are not received well in the markets. Additional information about factors that could materially affect actual results can be found in Codexis’ Annual Report on Form 10-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) on February 28, 2022 and in Codexis’ Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q filed with the SEC on May 9, 2022, including under the caption “Risk Factors” and in Codexis’ other periodic reports filed with the SEC. Codexis expressly disclaims any intent or obligation to update these forward-looking statements, except as required by law.

CONTACTS

Codexis

Investor Relations Contact: Argot Partners, Brendan Strong/Carrie McKim, (212) 600-1902, Codexis@argotpartners.com

Molecular Assemblies

Company: Stephen Bates, VP Sales and Marketing, info@molecularassemblies.com

Media: Little Dog Communications Inc., Jessica Yingling, Ph.D., (858) 344-8091, jessica@litldog.com

Molecular Assemblies Announces Jeffrey Sampson Joins Its Board of Directors

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SAN DIEGO, June 8, 2022 – Molecular Assemblies, Inc., a pioneer in the field of enzymatic DNA synthesis, today announced the appointment of Jeffrey R. Sampson, Ph.D., to its Board of Directors. Dr. Sampson is an Associate Vice President and Research Fellow for Agilent Technologies, where he contributes at the interface of technology, intellectual property, and business strategy. Molecular Assemblies also announced that David Hwang, who has served on the Company’s board since 2019, has stepped down.

“On behalf of the Board and leadership of Molecular Assemblies, I would like to thank David for his dedicated and valuable service to the Company and wish him well in his future endeavors,” said Larry Stambaugh, Chairperson of the Board of Directors. “We are also pleased to welcome Jeff, who has extensive technical expertise in nucleic acid synthesis and in commercializing novel technologies. We will benefit from his experience and wisdom especially at this exciting time for the Company.”

“Since joining our Board more than three years ago, David has consistently made impactful contributions to Molecular Assemblies and has provided expert guidance to our Company in the areas of corporate strategy and technology development,” said Michael J. Kamdar, President and CEO of Molecular Assemblies. “I look forward to working closely with Jeff at a very important time for Molecular Assemblies, as the Company is advancing its Fully Enzymatic Synthesis technology and initiating a Key Customer Program that is slated to begin later this year.”

Dr. Sampson said, “Molecular Assemblies has developed a fully enzymatic synthesis technology aimed at delivering longer, purer, and accurate DNA, which I believe will advance the synthetic DNA market and accelerate innovations. I look forward to working closely with the Board to support the effort to drive fully enzymatic synthesis of DNA to commercialization.”

As a member of Agilent’s staff, Dr. Sampson participates in setting and managing program objectives related to nucleic acid synthesis and related applications for Agilent. He has supported Agilent’s corporate development organization and senior executives for more than 20 years in the licensing and acquisition of technologies and companies by providing technical and intellectual property diligence expertise. Dr. Sampson is a core member of Agilent’s Early Stage Partnership program (ESP). ESP identifies and fosters relationships with early-stage companies that are strategic to Agilent’s interests and invests as appropriate. He is currently a Board Member for Purigen Biosystems, which is also one of Agilent’s ESP companies.

For select researchers, Molecular Assemblies is providing early access to its Fully Enzymatic Synthesis™ (FES™) technology through a Key Customer Program. For more info and to apply, please visit www.molecularassemblies.com/key-customer-program/.

About Molecular Assemblies

Molecular Assemblies, Inc. is a private life sciences company developing an enzymatic DNA synthesis technology designed to power the next generation of DNA-based products. The company’s patented enzymatic method, based on making DNA the way nature makes DNA, produces long, high quality, sequence-specific DNA reliably, affordably, and sustainably. Molecular Assemblies’ Fully Enzymatic Synthesis™ (or FES™) technology will enable the reading and writing of DNA for many industries, including industrial synthetic biology and precision medicine, as well as emerging applications of DNA for data information storage, nanomachines, and bio-based electronics. Molecular Assemblies is headquartered in San Diego.

CONTACTS

Company: Stephen Bates, VP Sales and Marketing, info@molecularassemblies.com

Media: Jessica Yingling, Ph.D., Little Dog Communications Inc., jessica@litldog.com, +1 (858) 344-8091

Codexis and Molecular Assemblies Announce Results of First Collaboration on a Proprietary High Performing DNA Polymerase to Supercharge Fully Enzymatic DNA Synthesis

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  • Molecular Assemblies has pioneered Fully Enzymatic Synthesis™ (or FES™) technology with an in-process purification step to overcome the length, purity, and accuracy limitations of the current chemical DNA synthesis method
  • The collaboration between Molecular Assemblies and Codexis leveraged Codexis’s CodeEvolver® technology to develop a high performing enzyme to enable Molecular Assemblies’ Fully Enzymatic Synthesis and Key Customer Program start in late 2022

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. and SAN DIEGO, April 12, 2022 – Codexis, Inc. (Nasdaq: CDXS), a leading enzyme engineering company enabling the promise of synthetic biology, and Molecular Assemblies, Inc., a pioneer in the field of enzymatic DNA synthesis, today announced an update on their partnership to engineer enzymes to deliver differentiated solutions for the enzymatic synthesis of DNA. Using a highly evolved DNA polymerase, developed by Codexis, to enable its Fully Enzymatic Synthesis™ (or FES™) technology, select companies and institutions will be able to access a Key Customer Program that is slated to begin later this year.

The Fully Enzymatic Synthesis technology developed by Molecular Assemblies employs a template-independent DNA polymerase, terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase (TdT), which has the ability to synthesize much longer DNA sequences with fewer errors in an aqueous solution. Naturally occurring TdT has many limitations to commercial use. In order to accelerate innovation for the field, Molecular Assemblies and Codexis partnered in 2020 to engineer an enzyme to deliver differentiated and cost-effective solutions for the fully enzymatic synthesis of DNA.

John Nicols, Codexis’ President and CEO, said, “The successful completion of this first collaboration with Molecular Assemblies has resulted in a highly evolved version of TdT polymerase that delivers unparalleled coupling efficiency and speed at elevated temperatures. We believe the ability to exclusively deploy this proprietary enzyme will significantly differentiate Molecular Assemblies’ Fully Enzymatic Synthesis technology from not only other emerging players but also the current industry-standard phosphoramidite chemistry method.”

“Not only did the enzyme performance surpass expectations, but the collaboration with Codexis has also been phenomenal, and we look forward to continuing to advance our relationship,” said Michael J. Kamdar, President and CEO of Molecular Assemblies. “Participants in our upcoming Key Customer Program, which will launch later this year, will be the first to benefit from this highly enhanced TdT polymerase. With our FES technology, we have the ability to generate long, pure, accurate DNA to accelerate innovation in many fields, such as CRISPR gene editing technologies, next generation sequencing, and the assembly of genes for numerous synthetic biology applications.”

Scientists at Molecular Assemblies have developed a Fully Enzymatic Synthesis technology that produces highly pure, sequence-specific DNA on demand. This two-step proprietary process uses aqueous non-toxic reagents, requires minimal post-synthesis processing, and can scale to longer DNA sequences. FES technology was specifically designed by Molecular Assemblies to overcome the limitations of the current decades-old chemical DNA synthesis process, known as the phosphoramidite method. Due to the limitation of current chemistries, genes are routinely assembled using short pieces of DNA. With longer, purer pieces of synthetic DNA, FES technology from Molecular Assemblies is designed to streamline synthetic biology applications and meet significant customer demand for faster turnaround times and reduced error rates.

Starting later this year, Molecular Assemblies will kick off a Key Customer Program to provide select researchers priority access to long, custom oligonucleotides synthesized with its FES technology. This program  is expected to enable researchers to accelerate their research for gene editing including CRISPR technologies, next generation sequencing (NGS), and gene assembly applications. Key Customers will also be able to provide feedback to shape the future of enzymatic DNA synthesis.

At the Built with Biology Conference on Thursday at 2:30 pm PT, William J. Efcavitch, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer and cofounder of Molecular Assemblies, and Mathew Miller, Principal Scientist at Codexis, will be speaking in a breakout session, called “Breaking the Barrier to Long, High Purity Synthetic DNA.” They will also be discussing the partnership between Codexis and Molecular Assemblies, co-development of the proprietary TdT enzyme, and how it enables FES technology.

About Molecular Assemblies

Molecular Assemblies, Inc. is a private life sciences company developing an enzymatic DNA synthesis technology designed to power the next generation of DNA-based products. The company’s patented enzymatic method, based on making DNA the way nature makes DNA, produces long, high quality, sequence-specific DNA reliably, affordably, and sustainably. Molecular Assemblies’ Fully Enzymatic Synthesis™ (or FES™) technology will enable the reading and writing of DNA for many industries, including industrial synthetic biology and precision medicine, as well as emerging applications of DNA for data information storage, nanomachines, and bio-based electronics. Molecular Assemblies is headquartered in San Diego.

About Codexis

Codexis is a leading enzyme engineering company leveraging its proprietary CodeEvolver® platform to discover and develop novel, high performance enzymes and novel biotherapeutics. Codexis enzymes have applications in the sustainable manufacturing of pharmaceuticals, food, and industrial products; in the creation of the next generation of life science tools; and as gene therapy and biologic therapeutics. The Company’s unique performance enzymes drive improvements such as: reduced energy usage, waste generation and capital requirements; higher yields; higher fidelity diagnostics; and more efficacious therapeutics. Codexis enzymes enable the promise of synthetic biology to improve the health of people and the planet. For more information, visit www.codexis.com.

Forward-Looking Statements

To the extent that statements contained in this press release are not descriptions of historical facts regarding Codexis, they are forward-looking statements reflecting the current beliefs and expectations of management made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including prospects for Codexis’ first collaboration with Molecular Assemblies. You should not place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements because they involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that are, in some cases, beyond Codexis’ control and that could materially affect actual results. Factors that could materially affect actual results include, among others: Codexis’ dependence on its licensees and collaborators; Codexis’ dependence on a limited number of products and customers; and potential adverse effects to Codexis’ business if its products or the products of its customers are not received well in the markets. Additional information about factors that could materially affect actual results can be found in Codexis’ Annual Report on Form 10-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) on February 28, 2022, including under the caption “Risk Factors” and in Codexis’ other periodic reports filed with the SEC. Codexis expressly disclaims any intent or obligation to update these forward-looking statements, except as required by law.

CONTACTS

Codexis:

Investors: Brendan Strong/Carrie McKim, Argot Partners, Codexis@argotpartners.com, +1 (212) 600-1902

Molecular Assemblies:

Company: Stephen Bates, VP Sales and Marketing, info@molecularassemblies.com 

Media: Jessica Yingling, Ph.D., Little Dog Communications Inc., jessica@litldog.com, +1 (858) 344-8091

Molecular Assemblies Announces $25.8 Million Series B Financing to Initiate Key Customer Program for Commercial Access to Fully Enzymatic DNA Synthesis

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  • The Fully Enzymatic Synthesis™ (or FES™) technology by Molecular Assemblies is designed to overcome the length, purity, and accuracy limitations of the chemical DNA synthesis method
  • The company is launching a key customer program to accelerate innovation in established industries and unlock new applications for synthetic DNA

SAN DIEGO, March 15, 2022 — Molecular Assemblies, Inc., today announced that it has raised a $25.8 million Series B financing with participation from new investor, Casdin Capital, and all major Series A investors, Agilent Technologies, iSelect Fund, Codexis, LYFE Capital, and Argonautic Ventures. The proceeds of the financing will be used to advance the company’s proprietary enzymatic DNA synthesis technology toward early commercialization and start a key customer program later this year.

“From therapeutics to agriculture and biomaterials, DNA synthesis is a crucial component of many industries, and enzymatic DNA synthesis can overcome the immense bottleneck of the current chemical DNA synthesis method to accelerate innovation,” said Michael Kime, Managing Principal of iSelect Fund. “Molecular Assemblies is a pioneer in the field of enzymatic DNA synthesis, and our additional investment in the company underscores our support for their approach, team, and technology.”

“It’s great to see the continued support and excitement of our investors as we advance our powerful, differentiated, and proprietary Fully Enzymatic Synthesis technology to commercial access and enable the cost-effective production of ever-lengthening strands of DNA,” said Michael J. Kamdar, President and CEO of Molecular Assemblies. “We look forward to initiating our key customer program later this year and have received compelling input and interest from different industry leaders of how the ability to generate long, pure, accurate DNA with our FES technology can accelerate many applications, such as CRISPR, next generation sequencing, and the assembly of genes for numerous synthetic biology applications.”

Scientists at Molecular Assemblies have developed a Fully Enzymatic Synthesis™ (or FES™) technology that produces highly pure, sequence-specific DNA on demand. This two-step proprietary process uses aqueous non-toxic reagents, requires minimal post-synthesis processing, and can scale to longer DNA sequences. FES technology was specifically designed  by Molecular Assemblies to overcome the substantial limitations of the current decades-old chemical DNA synthesis process, known as the phosphoramidite method. With longer, purer pieces of synthetic DNA, FES technology from Molecular Assemblies is designed to streamline synthetic biology applications and meet significant customer demand for faster turnaround times and reduced error rates.

“As a key, long time investor in Molecular Assemblies, we continue to be impressed with the company’s thorough approach to enzymatic DNA synthesis; it has the potential to make a significant difference in the market,” said Darlene Solomon, Ph.D., Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for Agilent Technologies. “From the solid group of investors to the talented and experienced team and the meaningful collaboration with Codexis, I believe Molecular Assemblies has all the right pieces to be successful.”

Due to the limitation of current chemistries, genes are routinely assembled using pieces of synthetic DNA of between 50 and 100 bases in length. The Fully Enzymatic Synthesis technology developed by Molecular Assemblies employs a template-independent DNA polymerase, called terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase (TdT), which has the ability to synthesize much longer DNA sequences with fewer errors in an aqueous solution. However, naturally occurring TdT has several limitations to commercial use. To accelerate innovation for the field, Molecular Assemblies and Codexis partnered in 2020 to engineer enzymes to deliver differentiated and cost-effective solutions for the fully enzymatic synthesis of DNA.

John Nicols, Codexis’ President and CEO, concluded, “Having just completed one of the most intensive enzyme engineering campaigns in Codexis’ history, the resulting highly evolved version of TdT polymerase, which had over 25% of its amino acid sequence modified, delivers unparalleled coupling efficiency and speed at elevated temperatures. We believe this will significantly differentiate Molecular Assemblies’ Fully Enzymatic Synthesis technology from other emerging players and the current industry standard phosphoramidite method. I look forward to Molecular Assemblies exclusively deploying this proprietary enzyme to unlock the enormous commercial potential of enzymatic DNA synthesis.”

About Molecular Assemblies

Molecular Assemblies, Inc. is a private life sciences company developing an enzymatic DNA synthesis technology designed to power the next generation of DNA-based products. The company’s patented enzymatic method, based on making DNA the way nature makes DNA, produces long, high quality, sequence-specific DNA reliably, affordably, and sustainably. Molecular Assemblies’ technology will enable the reading and writing of DNA for many industries, including industrial synthetic biology and precision medicine, as well as emerging applications of DNA for data information storage, nanomachines, and bio-based electronics. Molecular Assemblies is headquartered in San Diego.

Contacts

Company: Stephen Bates, VP Sales and Marketing, info@molecularassemblies.com 

Media: Jessica Yingling, Ph.D., Little Dog Communications Inc., jessica@litldog.com, +1.858.344.8091

Molecular Assemblies Awarded NIH Phase I SBIR Grant to Develop a Fully Enzymatic DNA Synthesis Process to Propel Synthetic Biology

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SAN DIEGO, October 19, 2021 — Molecular Assemblies, Inc., today announced that it has been awarded a $250,000 Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant (Award No. R43HG011679) from the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) at the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH). The grant supports Molecular Assemblies’ development of a fully enzymatic synthesis cycle for a complete workflow for DNA synthesis, with commercial potential for implementation as a replacement for chemical DNA manufacturing.

DNA synthesis has revolutionized the field of synthetic biology, leading to new therapeutics, bio-based fuels and chemicals, and materials. However, the current, three-decade-old method for chemically synthesizing DNA is inherently limited to relatively short DNA sequences, requires extensive post-synthesis processing, and uses hazardous chemicals. While enzymatic synthesis holds the potential to create long, highly pure DNA, most approaches still rely on chemical steps, which can degrade the DNA product and ultimately limit the commercial potential.

“Synthetic biology has outpaced chemical DNA synthesis technology with research and applications being limited by cost and length of synthesized DNA,” said J. William Efcavitch, Ph.D., Cofounder and Chief Scientific Officer of Molecular Assemblies. “A fully enzymatic DNA synthesis platform has the potential to deliver long, highly pure DNA to drive innovation in many industries, especially life sciences, DNA-based data storage, and advanced agricultural and industrial products.”

Scientists at Molecular Assemblies have pioneered a two-step enzymatic DNA synthesis process that can deliver highly pure, sequence-specific DNA on demand, without a template, and can scale to longer DNA sequences. This proprietary process uses aqueous, non-toxic reagents and requires minimal post-synthesis purification and processing. This grant will further Molecular Assemblies’ process by developing three key enzymatic steps: 1) proprietary polymerase incorporation of 3′-O-blocked nucleotides, 2) an enzymatic deblocking step to remove the blocking group from the 3′-hydroxyl, and 3) a novel enzymatic clean-up to deplete unreacted material.

“With this recognition and funding from NIH and NHGRI, we believe we can create and commercialize a fully enzymatic DNA synthesis that can overcome the significant limitations of phosphoramidite chemistry and enable the cost-effective production of ever-lengthening strands of DNA,” said Michael J. Kamdar, President and CEO of Molecular Assemblies.

The contents of this press release are solely the responsibility of the author and not necessarily the official views of the NIH.

About Molecular Assemblies

Molecular Assemblies, Inc. is a private life sciences company developing an enzymatic DNA synthesis technology designed to power the next generation of DNA-based products. The company’s patented enzymatic method, based on making DNA the way nature makes DNA, produces long, high quality, sequence-specific DNA reliably, affordably, and sustainably. Molecular Assemblies’ technology will enable the reading and writing of DNA for industries, including industrial synthetic biology and precision medicine, as well as emerging applications of DNA for data information storage, nanomachines, and bio-based electronics. Molecular Assemblies is headquartered in San Diego.

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Jessica Yingling, Ph.D., Little Dog Communications Inc., jessica@litldog.com, +1.858.344.8091

SynBioBeta 2019

San Francisco | October 1-3, 2019

October 1 | 2:30 – 3:15 PM | DNA Data Storage (Main Stage)

Megan Molteni (Wired), Bill Peck (Twist), Karin Stauss (Microsoft), Bill Efcavitch (Molecular Assemblies), Henry Lee (Kern Systems)

October 2 | 2:30 – 3:15 PM | Enzymetic DNA Synthesis (Breakout Room)

Dan Arlow (Ansa Bio), Tom Baiga, Tim Brears, Michael Kamdar (Molecular Assemblies), Thomas Ybert, Jihao Huang, Henry Lee (Kern Systems)

SynBioBeta 2022

Oakland | April 11-14, 2022

Panel: Breaking the Barrier to Long, High Purity Synthetic DNA

Thursday, April 14 at 2:30pm to 3:15 pm PT in Breakout Room 1