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Category: Customer stories

October 23, 2023

From Challenges to Triumph: iGem Team’s Success Story with Telesis Bio and the BioXp® System

Participating in the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGem) competition is no easy feat. The competition, which focuses on synthetic biology, attracts teams from around the globe, providing a platform for students to showcase their ambitious and innovative projects. The combined…

August 24, 2022

Optimizing production workflows with the BioXp® system

We caught up with Jason Lehmann, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Telesis Bio, as he shares how our synthetic biology workstation, the BioXp® system, can accelerate your time to results by optimizing production workflows and overcoming synthesis bottlenecks. How do…

August 17, 2022

In our DNA: Ken Williams, Bioinformatics Scientist Lead

We’re continuing our blog series, looking at the DNA of Telesis Bio — our incredible employees and their stories. Team member: Ken Williams, Bioinformatics Scientist Lead Came aboard: February 2020 What do you do at Telesis Bio? I develop the…

November 17, 2021

Empowering Scientists to Make Breakthrough Discoveries to Address Humanity’s Greatest Challenges

Telesis Bio’s mission is to drive innovation and apply breakthroughs in automation solutions for DNA, mRNA, and protein synthesis. These tools enable scientists to “write” biology for the betterment of the world, creating sustainable healthcare and technology solutions for humanity’s…

August 11, 2021

With mRNA Capping Technology, We’re Improving Synthesis Yields

If you’re working with synthetic mRNA, we have exciting news to share. In addition to releasing a new workflow earlier this year that makes it possible to synthesize mRNA form pooled oligos in a single overnight run on our BioXp®…

August 4, 2021

Unlock the potential of BioXp® automation solutions for bio-fuel production

Our BioXp® automated end-to-end benchtop system has been used by scientists in many different focus areas to advance breakthroughs in protein engineering. We are delighted to share a great example of utilizing BioXp gene and clone workflows to build recombinant…

June 23, 2021

Case study: How Cellibre transformed enzyme engineering with Telesis Bio

In San Diego, scientists at ag biotech startup Cellibre are looking to replace traditional agriculture for producing high-value ingredients. One of their first targets is the highly valuable cannabinoid market, which they believe can be disrupted by producing natural, high-quality,…

May 26, 2021

Scientists use automated DNA synthesis to identify response to antimicrobial threats

Scientists use automated DNA synthesis to identify regulatory mechanism in E. coli response to antimicrobial threats. Bacterial resistance to antibiotics is a looming public health crisis, and scientists continue to investigate how to better characterize the molecular mechanisms underpinning this…

March 24, 2021

For HIV vaccine study, scientists build pooled variant library using automated DNA synthesis

The quest for an effective vaccine against HIV has spanned decades. While the vaccine itself remains elusive, researchers are making important strides in figuring out how best to design and develop it. Recently, scientists from Duke University and NIH’s Vaccine…