Synthetic Biology and Biomanufacturing with Joshua Britton from Debut Biotech

Synthetic Biology and Biomanufacturing with Joshua Britton from Debut Biotech
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Synthetic Biology and Biomanufacturing with Joshua Britton from Debut Biotech
Episode 4 February 22, 2022 00:56:28

Hosted By

Ian Rountree Amee Kapadia Andrew Kirima

Show Notes

Today we're joined by Dr. Joshua Britton, founder and CEO of Debut Biotech, a cell-free biomanufacturing company. Josh gives us a crash course on synthetic biology and biomanufacturing, walking us through the various methods and promise of this industry that may very well shift industrial production away from fossil fuels. We also get into some of the founding story of Debut, including how Cantos' investment in Debut came to be...hint: it had to do with a cold message. 


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