Our mission is coding cells for novel cures. And our vision is accelerated biomedical innovation and a new generation of cures through precision reprogrammed human cells.
To pursue this, we have assembled a diverse team of pioneers in the fields of stem cells, cellular reprogramming, mathematical modelling and cell therapy. What we have in common is the drive to make an impact on the future of every patient, everywhere through science and therapeutics. We value science, collaboration, openness, curiosity and creativity and are united by trust and respect for each other.
Would you like to join us?
At bit.bio we do good, are purposeful, ambitious, collaborative & trustworthy and empirical. We are not restricted by a scarcity mindset, sclerotic or purely driven by profit.
We have a vibrant and dynamic work environment in an exciting, fast-moving time for biology. If you join us, you’ll be working with cutting edge cell coding technologies and have the benefit of a world-leading scientific advisory board. bit.bio is a place where the diversity of experience, knowledge, backgrounds, and perspectives of our people is harnessed to solve problems, and achieve our ambitions.
You’ll be trusted to make significant contributions early on and there’s always opportunities to be involved in projects that are key to the success and growth of our company.
bit.bio are committed to attracting, developing and retaining the highest quality employees. Vital to pursing this aim is the recognition of employees for exceptional performance, behaviour and achievements.
We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package, including:
For UK Based team members:
For US Based team members:
The Babraham Research Campus is a leading location which supports early-stage bioscience enterprise and is distinct in its co-location of bioscience companies with the world leading discovery research of the Babraham Institute. The Campus is a dynamic environment within 430 acres of parkland, home to over 60 companies, 2,000 employees and 300 academic researchers.
The grounds are the setting for a range of group activities such as Cricket, Rounders, Five-a-side Football and Volleyball which you can either take part in or spectate as you walk around the park at lunch times. There is also an onsite gym with a selection of equipment all accessible throughout the week. bit.bio also has access to showers within the office building, so if you like to get your exercise by cycling to work, you can do that too!
The Babraham Research Campus benefits from excellent access by road, rail and public transport. A public bus from Cambridge (the Linton & Haverhill 13/13A) departs from Drummer Street bus station in Cambridge every 30 minutes and takes approximately 25 minutes to reach the Babraham Research Campus.
With free parking on site, the Babraham Research Campus is easily accessible by car. Alternatively, you could make the most of the bus services which run regularly during the commuter hours.