IndieBio New York recently hosted a virtual event, “Unexpected Biotech: Innovative Technologies Emerging from New York Life Sciences,” to showcase the many ways in which New York startups are using biology as technology to solve problems.
Watch the full recording here:
You can also review some of the sessions below.
Manufacturing in the New Bioeconomy
The manufacturing industry is undergoing a radical shift. Hear how New York is leading the change in bioproduction.
- Stephen Chambers, SOSV
- Stuart Wilkinson, BioBrew
- Will Canine, Opentrons
Busting Top Manufacturing Myths at Unexpected Biotech - IndieBio
The future is in fermentation, but what does that mean to benchtop scientists who want to produce consumer or…
Building Greener with Biology
Biotech creates the opportunity to build a more sustainable infrastructure and eliminate our dependence on petrochemicals. Learn which industries are shifting, which are ripe for disruption, and how partnering for growth can lead to success.
- Gwen Cheni, SOSV
- Suzanne Lee, Biofabricate
- Eben Bayer, Ecovative Design and Atlast Foods
Sustaining Biomaterials Growth in New York - IndieBio
New York is a global center of cultural and economic affairs, such as theatre, food, fashion, and international…
The Future of New York Biotechnology
New York offers biotechnology companies unmatched access to top talent, financing, and technical capabilities. Join this discussion as two biotechnology companies discuss what the city has to offer and what they need out of a tech base.
- Po Bronson, SOSV
- Matias Muchnick, NotCo
- Alex Lorestani, Geltor
Food Tech Futures: What's Next for Biotech? - IndieBio
Traditionally, humans have exploited biology to produce appealing foods via selective breeding of livestock and crops…