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Jason interviews Omri Drory, founder and CEO of Genome Compiler Corporation, about how they’re aiming to build the AutoCAD of synthetic biology.
Awesome Episode Jason. Really enjoyed it.
Omri has an amazing talent for analogies. You two absolutely convinced me that we are on the verge of some sort of revolution, tapping in to a technological toolkit with as powerful as computers or mechanized automation, maybe more powerful.
As as side note, Omri is a perfect example of what a lot of people love about Israel. “Engineer a giant squid that eats garbage? Sounds like a great idea. לך על זה גבר!”
@nethy – Thanks, I’m glad you liked it!
Yeah, Genome Compiler is an interesting piece of software and Omri was a lot of fun to talk to.
I don’t normally comment because I always end up listening to the shows a week or 2 after you post them, but I just wanted to tell you that I *really* enjoy the biohacking stuff (It’s something I’ve been interested in for some time now).
Keep it up!
Wow my head was spinning after listening to the interview. I definitely had to concentrate to keep up with the bio-firehose while driving!
@James Robert & Philippe Monnet – Thanks, I’m glad you guys liked it!