Molecular Assemblies

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Molecular Assemblies, Inc. is a company developing an enzymatic DNA synthesis technology capable of powering new products in industrial synthetic biology, personalized therapeutics, precision diagnostics, and eventually information storage, nanotechnology and more. Inspired by nature, the Company’s DNA synthesis method is designed to produce long, high quality, sequence-specific DNA reliably, affordably and sustainably.

TypePrivate
Founded2013
HQSan Diego, US
Websitemolecularassemblies.com

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Employees (est.) (Sept 2020)25(+5%)
Cybersecurity ratingDMore

Key People/Management at Molecular Assemblies

Michael J. Kamdar

Michael J. Kamdar

President, Chief Executive Officer and Board Member
Larry Stambaugh

Larry Stambaugh

Chairman
J. William Efcavitch

J. William Efcavitch

Chief Scientific Officer, Co-Founder and Board Member
Sean Freeman

Sean Freeman

Board Member
Kim F. Albizati

Kim F. Albizati

Vice President of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Helge Bastian

Helge Bastian

Board Member
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Molecular Assemblies Office Locations

Molecular Assemblies has an office in San Diego
San Diego, US (HQ)
9880 Campus Point Dr #110
San Diego, US
10355 Science Center Dr
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Molecular Assemblies Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2013

Molecular Assemblies total Funding

$19 m

Molecular Assemblies latest funding size

$12.20 m

Time since last funding

a year ago

Molecular Assemblies investors

Molecular Assemblies's latest funding round in October 2019 was reported to be $12.2 m. In total, Molecular Assemblies has raised $19 m
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Molecular Assemblies Cybersecurity Score

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69/100

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Molecular Assemblies News and Updates

Molecular Assemblies Announces $12.2 M Series A Financing to Advance Enzymatic DNA Synthesis for Life Sciences and Data Storage

SAN DIEGO, Oct. 1, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Molecular Assemblies, Inc., today announced that it has raised a $12.2 million Series A financing led by iSelect Fund and joined by existing investors, Agilent Technologies, Alexandria Venture Investments, and Keshif Ventures. The proceeds of the...

Molecular Assemblies Announces $12.2 M Series A Financing to Advance Enzymatic DNA Synthesis for Life Sciences and Data Storage

SAN DIEGO, Oct. 1, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Molecular Assemblies, Inc., today announced that it has raised a $12.2 million Series A financing led by iSelect Fund and joined by existing investors, Agilent Technologies, Alexandria Venture Investments, and Keshif Ventures. The proceeds of the...

Molecular Assemblies Expands Patent Portfolio in Enzymatic DNA Synthesis

SAN DIEGO, Sept. 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Molecular Assemblies, Inc. today announced the recent award of three patents, bringing the total to eight issued patents protecting the company's proprietary enzymatic DNA synthesis technology in the United States and Europe. The three issued...

Molecular Assemblies Blogs

Codexis and Molecular Assemblies Partner to Transform the Field of DNA Synthesis

Partnership targets accelerating the commercialization of enzymatic DNA synthesis; Codexis invests cash and protein engineering for equity stake in Molecular Assemblies REDWOOD CITY, Calif. and SAN DIEGO (June 23, 2020) – Codexis, Inc. (Nasdaq: CDXS), a leading protein engineering company and develo…

Forbes: Mike Kamdar, The Future Of DNA Writing, And The Business Of Biology

With a new way to write DNA, Mike Kamdar and his team at Molecular Assemblies are poised to disrupt just about any industry you can imagine. The post Forbes: Mike Kamdar, The Future Of DNA Writing, And The Business Of Biology appeared first on Molecular Assemblies.

GEN: DNA Digital Data Whets Its Appetite

The entire digital universe may reach 44 zettabytes this year. That means there are 40 times more bytes now than there are stars in the observable universe. We are generating too much data and running out of space to store it, but we have an elegant solution: DNA, the oldest and most reliable hard d…

Protein Scientist

Responsibilities: The successful candidate will join the protein engineering team in enzyme design, expression, and isolation to identify lead molecules exhibiting desirable activities. The successful candidate is required to be adept at protein purification, characterization, and data analysis. Rou…

Science: Technological challenges and milestones for writing genomes

The field of synthetic biology has made huge leaps forward in the last decade. Scientists are now looking to overcome the remaining technological challenges in the field and advance genome design, DNA synthesis, genome editing, and chromosome construction. In an editorial article for Science, Bill E…

Research Associate–Biochemistry

Responsibilities: Setup and analyze in-vitro DNA polymerase activity assays for evaluating various polymerase mutants and nucleotide analogs in medium and high-throughput experiments Develop pipeline for executing medium (96, 384-well plate) and high (1536-well plate) throughput biochemical assays a…
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Molecular Assemblies Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Molecular Assemblies founded?

    Molecular Assemblies was founded in 2013.

  • Who are Molecular Assemblies key executives?

    Molecular Assemblies's key executives are Michael J. Kamdar, Larry Stambaugh and J. William Efcavitch.

  • How many employees does Molecular Assemblies have?

    Molecular Assemblies has 25 employees.

  • Who are Molecular Assemblies competitors?

    Competitors of Molecular Assemblies include Genomatica, Ocimum Biosolutions and Viela Bio.

  • Where is Molecular Assemblies headquarters?

    Molecular Assemblies headquarters is located at 9880 Campus Point Dr #110, San Diego.

  • Where are Molecular Assemblies offices?

    Molecular Assemblies has an office in San Diego.

  • How many offices does Molecular Assemblies have?

    Molecular Assemblies has 2 offices.