A computational synthetic biology company

About

At 20n, we view genetic engineering as a data science. We are building algorithms that design biology, with therapeutic health and industrial biotech applications.

Team

Saurabh Srivastava

Founder, CEO

Postdoc, Bioengineering,
PhD, Computer Science

J. Christopher Anderson

Co-founder, CSO

Faculty, Bioengineering,
UC Berkeley

Rastislav Bodik

Advisor

Faculty, Computer Science,
UC Berkeley

Sanjit A. Seshia

Advisor

Faculty, Computer Science,
UC Berkeley

What's in a name?

20 is the number of standard amino acids specified by the universal genetic code. Proteins are composed of amino acids sequences with median length in the n = 300 to 500 range. 20n is the set we get to play with.


Customers and Collaborators

Amyris
LBL
UC Berkeley
DARPA