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Twist Bioscience is a public biotechnology company based in South San Francisco that manufactures synthetic DNA and DNA products for customers in a wide range of industries. Twist was founded in 2013 by Emily Leproust, Bill Banyai, and Bill Peck.
The company was represented by Leproust at a March 2021 tabletop exercise at the Munich Security Conference simulating an outbreak of weaponized monkeypox.
In May 2021, Twist Bioscience and Genome Project-Write launched a new CAD platform for whole genome design. The CAD will automate workflows to enable collaborative efforts critical for scale-up from designing plasmids to megabases across entire genomes.
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- ^ "CAD Platform Developed by GP-Write and Twist to Launch Large Genome Projects". Genetic Engineering & Technology News. May 12, 2021.