bit.bio offering a reliable and consistent source of human cells

September 6, 2021 | Featured on the BBC

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CAMBRIDGE, Monday 6 September 2021 — On Monday 6 September 2021, bit.bio was featured in BBC News.

Senior Scientist Dr Camilla Fairbairn explains what is different about cell coding and the synthetic biology processes being utilised at bit.bio in comparison to traditional methods. She explains how our opti-ox™ technology enables fast, consistent and scalable manufacturing of cells. She also covers how this is truly a departure from biology as we know it and it presents an approach to cells that is much more like engineering. 

Watch the full featured video on BBC.

 

 
The pace of medicine is really accelerating and it's just a new era.
Mark Kotter

founder and CEO bit.bio, BBC September 2021