We have aligned our purpose to use our innovative technology to tackle social and environmental challenges by providing leadership on social responsibility and sustainability 

Sustainability

Watch Prof. Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger, Chair of bit.bio's Ethics and Future Board, talk about bit.bio's commitments towards accelerating the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 

Read more about our sustainability goals and related news 

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We apply computation to biology to
code cells for health.

 

We are driven and ambitious in building a scalable technology platform capable of producing consistent batches of every human cell. We are democratising access to high-quality human cells for research, drug discovery and a new generation of cures.

 

BBC News: Cambridge scientists aiming to make new organs from stem cells 'within a decade'

 

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We innovate discovery and
partnerships. 

 

Innovation is at the core of what we do. In addition to our breakthrough technology, we harness innovation in our business practices, pricing, and partnerships to protect people and the planet. We are creating new industries and long-term opportunities. 

 

SiP News: America is seeing huge growth in synthetic biology -- The UK must ensure it doesn’t miss out

 

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We revolutionise biomanufacturing
and biomedical research. 

 

We enable innovators to focus on what they do best, leveraging our cell coding platform to provide the cells. We are uncovering the “operating system of life”, transitioning biology to engineering, sharing genetic resources & knowledge globally, mobilising enterprise & finance on synthetic biology.

Spectator TV News: CEO and founder Mark Kotter interviewed on Spectator TV about cultured meat

 

bit.bio signs up to Race to Zero as part of COP26 

 

 

bit.bio is joining the world’s efforts to tackle the climate crisis by joining the United Nations Race to Zero campaign and are committed to achieving net zero and beyond, ahead of the 2050 deadline. The commitment is part of the company’s mission to Code Cells for Health, where the business is built to do good and contribute to global sustainability from day one. 

As participants of the SME Climate Hub and The Climate Pledge, who are official Race to Zero partners, bit.bio is committed to:

  • Halve our greenhouse gas emissions before 2030
  • Achieve net zero emissions before 2040
  • Measure and report our progress on a yearly basis
  • Implement decarbonisation strategies in line with the Paris Agreement through real business changes and innovations, including efficiency improvements, renewable energy, materials reductions, and other carbon emission elim­­ination strategies
  • Neutralise any remaining emissions with additional, quantifiable, real, permanent, and socially-beneficial offsets

 

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