James Field

What if machines could engineer life?

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About James Field

James is founder and CEO of LabGenius, a synthetic biology company that harnesses AI & multiplexed gene synthesis to evolve novel materials. James completed his PhD studies at Imperial College London where his research was focused on re-engineering protein nanocages for biotechnological applications. Prior to his PhD, James completed a BSc in Biology with Microbiology and an MRes in Systems and Synthetic Biology, at Imperial College London. James is an active member of the synthetic biology community having participated in the iGEM competition both as an undergraduate (2009), advisor (2011) and judge (2016). In 2017, James was awarded the BBSRC Innovator of the Year award for early career impact. James is also a fellow of the prestigious Synthetic Biology Leadership Excellence Accelerator Program (LEAP).

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James Field is the CEO of LabGenius, a UK company paving the way for new biological advancements, therapies, and discoveries. Instead of focusing on research performed by people, LabGenius built EVA—the company’s artificial intelligence-driven evolution engine—to unlock a new wave of bio-augmented materials using AI and a library of synthetic DNA. Tune into James's 2017 TEDMED Hive Talk to learn how LabGenius is enabling us to use advanced technologies to break through cognitive barriers and redefining our relationship to artificial intelligence.

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