Reinventing how the world makes materials

We use synthetic biology to manufacture high-performance carbon-negative materials.


A multi-disciplinary approach to biomanufacturing

Our technology combines new-age synthetic biology and traditional chemical catalysis to produce a portfolio of bio-based chemicals with large application potential. From drop-in commodity chemicals, to innovative specialty chemical offerings, our platform has the versatility to produce materials for multiple end markets and industries.


Waste biomass and CO2 transformed into bio-based specialty materials.

Diverse applications

Our platform can produce molecules with applications ranging from cosmetics to cars.

High performance

Our production processes have 20-50% lower cost when compared to existing processes.

Visolis Process

We integrate capabilites across synthetic biology, catalysis and process development, supported by a a high throughput screening and data analytics platform.


Making sustainable manufacturing scalable and profitable

Our team and scientific advisors have extensive expertise in strain engineering, downstream processing and commercialization of bio-based technologies. Through the help of our partners, we aim to commercialize our unique solutions for the betterment of the industry and the planet.

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