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Synthetic Biology Ecosystem.

Where groundbreaking science meets industry disruption

 Synbio Powerhouse builds connections between researchers, businesses, and investors to promote and develop Synthetic Biology in the world.

Synbio Powerhouse builds connections between researchers, businesses, and investors to promote and develop Synthetic Biology in the world.

As a member of our ecosystem, you will access valuable services and receive in-depth insight into the latest trends and insights in synthetic biology latest developments.

We offer multidisciplinary project and co-creation opportunities connecting business needs with the brightest minds of biotechnology. We offer a platform that helps startups and other businesses to scale-up their work and bring the needed knowledge to take the innovation to the next level and we also offer you our platform for you to promote your company.

Join us and gain access to our global network of operators within synthetic biology.

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Turning living cells into dynamic factories

Turning living cells into dynamic factories

Currently the global climate crisis and the changing customer behaviour it causes call for game changing materials, products, chemicals and fuels.

The answer to this massive challenge can be found in microscopic organisms, living cells that, through new technologies can be programmed to act as living factories.

Synbio Powerhouse is a Finland-based ecosystem of companies and research organisations looking for answers in synthetic biology.

 

Synthetic Biology is disruptive by nature and an enabling technology to be used in numerous industries.Cross-industry cooperation with deep contacts to the research community is needed to capitalise on this immense opportunity.

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In the spotlight

students from University of Helsinki and Aalto University, SynBio Power House

We are happy to announce our collaboration and support for the Helsinki metropolitan area based iGEM team, Aalto-Helsinki! The team is multidisciplinary and international and consists of 10 students from both University of Helsinki and Aalto University. The team is participating in the iGEM competition (Internationally genetically engineered machine) which is an international academic competition for promoting synthetic biology. The team’s project this year tackles the issue of plastic pollution and food scarcity. Tune in to read more about the collaboration soon!

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