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LOW COST ROBOTICS - A WIN FOR SCIENCE AND TRANSCRIPTIC

Kendall Gebhardt on 8/7/18 4:22 PM

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Low cost robotics (LCR) is a rapidly growing field that regularly augments our work at Transcriptic. By sharing our capabilities with cloud-connected users in a cost-effective way, we democratize the productivity and reproducibility gains that come from automating complex scientific tasks without the need to spend millions of dollars on equipment, allowing researchers to pay only for what they use.

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Transcriptic Selected to Oversee Robotic Cloud Lab Platform for Lilly’s San Diego Biotechnology Center

Chris Taylor on 7/24/18 8:07 AM

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Transcriptic has entered into a multi-year collaboration agreement with Eli Lilly and Company to transform how new drugs are discovered.

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Transcriptic expands executive team to support continued growth

Chris Taylor on 7/17/18 6:46 AM

 

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Christopher Krueger joins as Chief Financial Officer and Kevin Sturdevant joins as Vice President, Business Operations.

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TRANSCRIPTIC APPOINTS DR. JEFF FINER, M.D., PH.D. TO BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Chris Taylor on 5/10/18 10:36 AM

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Life science veteran Dr. Finer is a Venture Partner with Third Rock Ventures and has 30 years research and clinical experience. 

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Ginkgo Bioworks and Transcriptic selected by DARPA to accelerate biological design with $9.5 M award

Chris Taylor on 4/12/18 6:43 AM

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Synergistic Discovery and Design Program to facilitate creation of a cloud-based experimental design platform and open data exchange.

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NEW AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES AT SLAS 2018

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The engineering team at Transcriptic had a great time at SLAS 2018. We saw a lot of new technologies and some great presentations!

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TRANSCRIPTIC 2017 YEAR IN REVIEW

Chris Taylor on 1/16/18 12:11 PM
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The LIFE of A TRANSCRIPTIC INTERN

Chris Taylor on 12/6/17 6:41 AM

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As we head towards the end of 2017, inquiries about 2018 intern opportunities are already ramping up. I thought it would be interesting to have one of our recent interns write about his experiences. If you're starting your hunt, whether at Transcriptic or elsewhere, here's a little bit of what you might expect:

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CHAMPIONING THE SUCCESS OF WOMEN IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, MATH, AND MEDICINE

Chris Taylor on 10/10/17 8:35 AM
 
Champion cropped.jpgTo mark Ada Lovelace Day, the annual celebration that promotes women working in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths (STEM) Digital Science have issued a new report.

Championing The Success of Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths, and Medicine” includes a collection of think pieces around current issues faced by women in STEM authored by industry leaders. The report explores areas of gender inequality and potential causes of this inequality, offering up a collection of solutions.

(Guest post from Digital Science.)

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GINKGO BIOWORKS TAPS TRANSCRIPTIC’S ROBOTICS SOFTWARE TO FURTHER ACCELERATE AUTOMATION IN ORGANISM DESIGN

Chris Taylor on 10/3/17 8:12 AM

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Five year, $10 million+ deal with robotic cloud lab will double Ginkgo’s foundry output; increase scale of its synthetic biology innovation

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