September 24, 2020

inbiome: Developing new tech for bacterial diagnostics

The research at Amsterdam Science Park may lead to technology that allows people to live longer, healthier and better lives. This global centre of innovation provides scope for unprecedented commercial developments. That’s why so many world-renowned corporations and forward-thinking startups and scale-ups have already set up here. InBiome is a good example of this. InBiome, located in one of the Matrix multi-tenant buildings with clean lab facilities, won this year the regional public prize of the Nationale Zorginnovatieprijs – the Dutch prize for the most innovative scale-up in healthcare.

inBiome has developed a new DNA-based diagnostics tool for identifying bacteria that radically outperforms traditional methods. In a clean lab at Amsterdam Science Park, I amsterdam spoke to inBiome’s CEO and COO to discover why its tech is such a gamechanger and about their collaboration with Max Welling’s machine learning department at the University of Amsterdam. Read more 

Dries Budding, CEO inBiome “We’ve had a constant flow of graduate students from Max Welling’s machine learning department at the University of Amsterdam, which has given us incredible value. ”

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