After learning much more about biological computing, I turned back to synthetic biology and how it could help solve (or prevent) a healthcare problem. Let me know if you'd like to read my white paper! 👀
COVID is still a problem, a problem that matters. Please check out our crowdfunding page. We are currently struggling to raise funds for the iGEM registration fees. It's in Spanish but I can help with that :)
Having realized the huge potential that AI has in biotechnology, I took initiative to learn how to build solutions with it. My goal for next month is to truly code Machine Learning models.
Dedicated to the experts, innovators, and mentors, who made a huge impact on me this month. Thank you! 🙌
From your creative residency at Ginkgo, to GYOC, I love your creativity to design synbio products. You taught me to always ask: "How can I take this innovation to people's hands/houses?"
Thank you for giving me some insights into how to design products that people want. It was also interesting to learn that the desire to make an impact can be common to entrepreneurs.
Christina, thank you so much for making some time to talk. I had a great time! Main takeaways: surround yourself with the right environment, build upon, think unconventionally.
I still can't believe this happened. You were one of the main influencers in my earlier biotech journey, and I've always admired your work a ton. Thank you for enabling more people to learn about biotech!