FabricNano sits at the intersection of DNA nanotechnology and biotechnology. We design artificial cells optimized for chemical reaction speed, purity, and adaptability. Our artificial cells have two main components: 1. DNA structures (resembling fabric) 2. Cellular enzymes co-located on the fabric
Our algorithm generates the artifical cell design and construction schematic.
Industrial clients substitute these artificial cells into their existing workflow to eliminate production capacity bottlenecks and reduce costs.
Our artificial cells can produce small quantities of new target molecules at low unit cost. We simply modify our co-located enzyme components.
With data driven feedback, our algorithms are already getting better at designing artifical cells.