Biotech is one of today’s many hot tech frontiers, but one thing holding it back is that it’s significantly less amenable to traditional computing techniques than other areas. A new startup is working on bridging the gap between the digital and the biological by creating a set of computer-aided biology design tools. It’s a prescient enough idea that it has attracted $4.7… Read More on Tech Crunch
Bio-programming toolkit maker Asimov launches with $4.7M from Andreessen Horowitz
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