Startup bit bio Expands Leadership Team

Bit bio, a Cambridge University startup, added a number of industry luminaries to its leadership team to support its moonshot goal of developing a scalable platform technology capable of producing any human cell type. The U.K.-based company, formerly known as Elpis...

Introducing bit bio — coding cells, the building blocks of life.

Over the past decades we have made tremendous progress in biomedical research. Scientists are now able to turn individual genes off or on, and edit them with CRISPR; soon we will be able to record the activity of all genes in a single cell. Therapies have progressed...

Meet BitBio as cell coding firm retires the Elpis Biomed name

BitBio celebrate their next stage of development at Kettle’s Yard. From left are CFO and COO Florian Schuster, CEO Dr Mark Kotter, head of research Paul Morrill and VP product management Farah Patell-Socha. Picture: Keith Heppell BitBio is the name of the newest...

Mastering the art of reprogramming human cells

The development of the Cambridge Biomedical Campus now speaks of a world-class scientific healthcare hub – and its newest arrival is Elpis BioMed, who have moved in to the Abcam building. But while the nuts and bolts are astonishing of the new premises – the...