I founded the company in 2011, based on my own experience in the lab, which identified that molecular biologists needed a quicker, easier, and more reliable way to engineer DNA. I wanted to create a system that meant scientists would be able to assemble DNA in the same way that kids play with Legos. We did this by building consistent DNA blocks with reproducible behaviors that could then be pieced together in any combination to make bigger sections of DNA. This is the SnapFast™ platform.
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