Synthetic Genomics

How to Indirectly Invest in Synthetic Genomics Stock

One of the biggest themes we see here at Nanalyze is a strong interest from retail investors to invest in exciting emerging technology startups. Take a look at any exciting startup like Synthetic Genomics and you will see the most popular searches are “synthetic genomics stock” or “synthetic genomics ticker”. While we’ve given you at least several ways […]

Dr. J. Craig Venter’s 2 Startup Companies

When you spend a great deal of time trying to understand disruptive technologies, you will find yourself humbled on a regular basis when you see just how many smart and accomplished people there are in the world. While the media idolizes some of the most vapid and uninspiring “talent” imaginable, many geniuses slide under the radar and may never be […]

Is Synthetic Genomics Looking to IPO Soon?

In Q1 of 2014, we highlighted a very exciting company called Synthetic Genomics which was founded in 2005 by Craig Venter. Mr. Venter previously founded The Institute for Genomic Research (TIGR), the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI), and genetic sequencing company Celera Corporation which was acquired by Quest Diagnostics (NYSE:DGX) in 2011 for about $650 million. Mr. Venter was one […]

Fulcrum’s Genetically Engineered Nanocomposites

According to a March 2013 report from Lucintel, the global composites industry has experienced moderate growth over the last five years but is anticipated to gain momentum, reaching approximately $34.1 billion in 2018 with a CAGR of 5.1% over the next five years. According to a July 2013 report by Transparency Market Research, the demand for nanocomposites in […]

Synthetic Life Created by Synthetic Genomics

In an earlier article, we discussed the exciting potential of synthetic biology, a market that according to the UK government will grow from $1.8 billion in 2011 to $11.8 billion by 2016. One pioneer in the field of synthetic biology is American biologist and entrepreneur, Craig Venter. In 2010, Mr. Venter created a self-replicating single-cell organism which was […]