Molecular Assemblies Closes Oversubscribed $24 Million Series A Financing to Advance Enzymatic DNA Synthesis toward Initial Commercial Access
Molecular Assemblies to Provide Enzymatic Synthesis Technology to DARPA NOW Project for On-Demand DNA/RNA Vaccine Manufacturing
Molecular Assemblies Appoints Phil Paik, Ph.D., Vice President, Platform Development
Molecular Assemblies President and CEO to Present at Second Silicon Valley Business Forum
Molecular Assemblies Announces $12.2 M Series A Financing to Advance Enzymatic DNA Synthesis for Life Sciences and Data Storage
Molecular Assemblies Receives Honorable Mention for Fast Company’s 2019 World Changing Ideas Awards
Molecular Assemblies Announces First Storage and Retrieval of Information with Enzymatic DNA Synthesis
Molecular Assemblies Expands Leadership Team with Appointment of Vice President of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Molecular Assemblies Appoints Floyd E. Romesberg from The Scripps Research Institute to Scientific Advisory Board
In the Media
Commercializing the New Frontier in DNA Writing: Enzymatic Synthesis
A review of the industry for Journal of Commercial Biotechnology
Molecular Assemblies Joins DNA Data Storage Alliance with Twist Bioscience, Illumina, Western Digital, and Microsoft
Nature Biotechnology: Enzymatic DNA Synthesis Enters New Phase
Several startups are now pursuing the potential of enzymatic synthesis as a faster and more efficient route for synthesizing longer DNA sequences than is possible with traditional chemical means.
Forbes: A New Way Of Making DNA Is About To Revolutionize The Biotech Industry
A partnership between two California firms, Codexis CDXS and Molecular Assemblies, is focused on a radical new way of writing DNA.
Forbes: Mike Kamdar, The Future Of DNA Writing, And The Business Of Biology
With a new way to write DNA, Mike Kamdar and his team at Molecular Assemblies are poised to disrupt just about any industry you can imagine.
GEN: DNA Digital Data Whets Its Appetite
The entire digital universe may reach 44 zettabytes this year. That means there are 40 times more bytes now than there are stars in the observable universe. We are generating too much data and running out of space to store it, but we have an elegant solution: DNA, the oldest and most reliable hard drive.
Science: Technological challenges and milestones for writing genomes
The field of synthetic biology has made huge leaps forward in the last decade. In an editorial article for Science, our CSO Dr. Bill Efcavitch and synthetic biology leaders lay out remaining technological challenges in the field to advance genome design, DNA synthesis, genome editing, and chromosome construction.