Round Peg Cambridge & Evonetix DNA enclosures – transforming the synthetic biology industry
10 May 2021
In 2015, a breakthrough in DNA synthesis led to the creation of Evonetix, a Cambridge-based company that opens the door to numerous opportunities in synthetic biology, from healthcare and pharmaceuticals to food and agriculture, materials, and industrial technologies. Round Peg Cambridge is currently designing a new versatile modular range of enclosures aimed at the life science, biotechnology and ink-jet industries.
Evonetix’s technology enables the parallel synthesis of DNA on silicon arrays, to facilitate the fast-emerging field of synthetic biology, where there is increasing demand for high-throughput and highly accurate DNA synthesis.
Round Peg Cambridge has been closely involved with Evonetix since the company was founded. Working in partnership with the company’s engineering teams, Round Peg Cambridge has been designing and developing solutions for their DNA synthesis prototypes.
As Evonetix has expanded, its suite of prototype instruments, and their size and complexity, has grown. The success of the company’s initial breadboard prototype and its enclosure spawned a new project with Round Peg Cambridge to upgrade the enclosure design.
Read the full article in the May issue of DPA
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