Benchling & Beam Therapeutics: A Two-Pronged Approach to Automation for Gene Therapy Research
Aug 24, 2021
Beam Therapeutics is developing a new class of genetic medicines using novel base editing technology that enables them to edit precise sets of base pairs without introducing a double-stranded break in the DNA. Beam needs to evaluate thousands of biological samples each week, but their digital infrastructure wasn't set up for that scale. Together, Benchling and Beam developed a cutting-edge, two-pronged approach to unlock data and robotics automation at a vastly greater scale than ever before.
Benchling & Beam Case Study.pdf
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