Synthetic biology is an emerging branch of genomics encompassing tools and methodologies to write DNA (instead of the traditional branch which encompasses tools and methodologies to read or sequence DNA).
Synthetic biology tools allow for the building of simple organisms or “biological apps” to make manufacturing more green, energy production more sustainable, agriculture more robust, and medicine more powerful and precise.
Ontario Genomics has identified synthetic biology as a critical driver of Ontario’s future economy and well-being, and actively promotes opportunities to forge a domestic synthetic biology R&D hub.
|Discussion Paper: The Present and Future State of Synthetic Biology in Canada
|2018 Canada SynBio|
|Visit our Interactive Synthetic Biology Page|
|Read our 2016 Synthetic Biology Report|
|View our Infographic: Past, Present and Future|