We believe that synthetic biology, microbiome research, and the intersection between them can help us tackle critical challenges and make our world healthier, more prosperous and sustainable. We are also convinced that Europe’s strength in fundamental sciences is dramatically under exploited.
What better way to harness the strengths of Europe’s knowledge economy than investing in its brightest minds? Supporting scientists’ commercialization efforts also means creating new jobs, companies, and even novel industries along with the disruptive technology they bring to market.
From new cell therapies, to using our own body-dwelling microbes as medicine, to life-saving gene therapies — when it comes to applications in healthcare, the sky is the limit. Europe’s researchers are finding new health applications for Synthetic biology and microbiome work at unprecedented speed.
Keeping in mind that planet health is human health, there’s nothing more precious than the place we all call home. Mobilizing microbiota and synthetic biology for the environment could help us create better biofuels, restore and conserve the diversity of species, and fight pollution.
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