A handful of tourists are taking joy rides to space, but humanity’s true prospects for thriving on- and off-planet depend on unlocking the microbial factories all around us.
Products and Initiatives
As part of our We Make Tomorrow conversation series, Kiyan Ahmadizadeh talks about the software that builds bio-based products — and the value of bringing your whole self to work.
CEO Josh Hoffman talks synthetic biology, biofacturing, and what’s next for Zymergen with This Week in Startups podcast host Jason Calacanis.
From ag to electronics, biology could drive a global industrial renaissance, built with good jobs, fueled by technology, and led by the U.S, says Zach Serber.
“I love that data science brings together people who are super motivated” reflects Senior Data Scientist Janet Matsen
From trucks and tablets to titers: Zymergen’s new Chief Manufacturing Officer brings decades of shop floor experience to biofacturing
A veteran of industry giants Ford and Apple, Aindrea Campbell’s manufacturing know-how will help bring biofacturing into the mainstream.
On Wednesday morning, Zymergen announced our first standalone, commercially available product called HYALINE – a revolutionary bio-generated specialty film in the polyimide family.
Earlier today we announced the release of HYALINE - a revolutionary new bio-fabricated film that we believe will completely transform the electronics industry. Developed in partnership with Sumitomo Chemical, the Hyaline products have been successfully tested in flexible circuits, display touch sensors and printable electronics.
Polyethylene is the world’s most pervasive plastic, and it’s been impossible to effectively break down at scale. Until now.
Meet HYALINE, our new family of films enabling unprecedented innovation for the screens of tomorrow.