Closing knowledge gaps

Biocatalysts, machines and humans

Closing knowledge gaps

Our biofoundry is built on sophisticated digital workflows to ultimately run fully autonomous DBTL cycles. We develop and apply customized software tools based on universal programming languages such as Python to support data processing, modelling and optimization of microbial production processes.

Convinced of the importance our biofoundry, we give students the opportunity to familiarize themselves with its applications. Through hands-on experiences along all steps of the DBTL cycle, students gain valuable insights into the potential of automation in shaping the future of biological research. This not only empowers the next generation of scientists, but also fosters a deeper understanding of the interface between biology and technology.

As the field is constantly evolving, embracing our technologies becomes imperative for staying at the forefront of scientific innovation.

Last Modified: 19.02.2024