LIVERMORE, Calif. — Biologists at Sandia National Laboratories developed comprehensive software that will help scientists in a variety of industries create engineered chemicals more quickly and easily. Sandia is now looking to license the software for commercial use, researchers said. Sandia’s stand-alone software RetSynth uses a novel algorithm to sort through large, curated databases of […]
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Pathways to production
August 30, 2021 – 5:00 am
By Paul Rhien | Posted in Biology, Chemistry, Science / Technology / Engineering, Technology transfer / Economic Impact | Also tagged bioengineering, biomanufacturing, software licensing, synbio, synthetic biology, technology transfer | Comments Off on Pathways to production
Can the US make bioweapons obsolete?
March 9, 2020 – 5:00 am
LIVERMORE, Calif. — As the threats posed by bioterrorism and naturally occurring infectious disease grow and evolve in the modern era, there is a rising potential for broad negative impacts on human health, economic stability and global security. To protect the nation from these dangers, Sandia National Laboratories has partnered with the Council on Strategic […]
By Paul Rhien | Posted in Bioscience / Medical Research, Homeland security, Science / Technology / Engineering | Also tagged biological attack, bioterrorism, bioweapons, genome editing, global security, infectious disease, outbreak, synthetic biology | Comments Off on Can the US make bioweapons obsolete?