Updates

 

April 21, 2017

Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Synvitrobio will collaborate through the U.S. Department of Energy Small Business Vouchers program to further develop platform analytical tools. We are looking forward to working together!


March 10, 2017

Synvitrobio has been awarded a NIH/NCCIH Phase I SBIR grant to explore health-related applications of cell-free systems. Thanks for the support!


February 27, 2017 

Synvitrobio is one of 6 semi-finalists selected for the Shell GameChanger Energy Ideas to Change the World pitch at the 2016 ARPAe Summit. Thanks for the honor!


December 9, 2016

C2M (Cleantech-to-Market) presented its recommendations today at their annual symposium. Way to go C2M team, great job!


November 4, 2016

Synvitrobio has been awarded a DARPA Phase II SBIR grant, extending its effort from its Phase I. We'll be building a Cell-Free Foundry for high-throughput prototyping. We thank DARPA for their continued support!


September 16, 2016

Synvitrobio was selected as one of the participants of the GoogleX Science Fair. Looking forward to sharing our work!


Synvitrobio will join the second cohort of the Cyclotron Road program, sponsored by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the Department of Energy. We're excited to work together going forward!

February 29, 2016


Synvitrobio was selected as one of the life science companies to work with UC Hastings on a Freedom-to-Operate analysis through Startup Legal Garage. Thanks UC Hastings!

January 15, 2016


Synvitrobio and UCLA has been awarded a National Science Foundation STTR with Philip Romero. We'll be working on enzyme engineering. Thanks to NSF for the support!

January 1, 2016


November 1, 2015

Synvitrobio will join the QB3@953 incubator at 953 Indiana St. in in the Mission Bay neighborhood of San Francisco. We're looking forward to our new home!


August 14, 2015

Synvitrobio has been awarded a DARPA SBIR to further develop cell-free technology. Thanks DARPA for the starting investment!


March 6, 2015

Synvitrobio has joined UCSF’s QB3 Startup-in-a-Box program.