April 26, 2021 | Featured on Medium
Daan Luining and Mark Kotter at the October Fest
CAMBRIDGE, Monday 26 April 2021 — On Monday 26 April 2021, bit.bio CEO and founder Dr Mark Kotter published a blog on why he started a healthcare and cultured meat company.
At first glance bit.bio – whose mission is ‘coding cells for health’ reprogramming them into any cell in the human body for use as cell therapies and research tools for drug discovery – and Meatable seem an unlikely match, when you look a little deeper it makes perfect sense. The answer lies in two places – technology and sustainability.
Both bit.bio and Meatable are based on synthetic biology and opti-ox™ technology which has solved one of the major bottlenecks in the field – the ability to manufacture cells consistently, at scale.
CEO bit.bio, Medium 2021