Dana Carroll: Don't be too cautious (Part 2)

See Part 1 to read about Dr. Carroll's experience starting his own lab. In the second half of our two-part interview, we spoke with Dr. Carroll about developing the zinc-finger nuclease technology and his views on the gene-editing field. Q: How did your scientific path lead you to zinc-finger nuclea…

Dana Carroll: Don't be too cautious (Part 1)

Dana Carroll, Distinguished Professor at the University of Utah, has had a remarkable career spanning both chemistry and biology research, including the development of zinc-finger nucleases. We spoke with Dr. Carroll about his career path, his advice for young scientists and what it was like to deve…

John Lambert: A Thrill of a Career (Part 2)

See Part 1 to read about Dr. Lambert's journey with ImmunoGen from a young company to the biotech giant known today. In the final portion of our two-part interview, we spoke with Dr. Lambert about his advice for rising scientists and his views on the immunotherapy field. Q: How has mentorship shaped…

John Lambert: A Thrill of a Career (Part 1)

John Lambert, Executive Vice President, Emeritus, and former CSO at ImmunoGen, had a career spanning academia and biotech, with the rare chance to start at a nascent company and watch it grow into one of the most successful biotech companies in the world. We spoke with Dr. Lambert about his career p…

Ya-Chieh Hsu: Running a Candy Shop (Part 2)

See Part 1 to read about Dr. Hsu’s journey from high school research student to principal investigator. In the final portion of our two-part interview, we spoke with Dr. Hsu about the fun and challenges of starting her own lab. Q: In the past few years, you built a lab from scratch as a new PI at Ha…

Ya-Chieh Hsu: Running a Candy Shop (Part 1)

How do you develop a new model of the way the body organizes itself while dealing with the challenges of starting your own lab? Dr. Ya-Chieh Hsu, an assistant professor at Harvard studying skin regeneration, did just that. We spoke with Dr. Hsu about her journey from high school research student to…

Benchling's 2016 in Review

2016 by the Numbers $7M Funding to grow our product team and bring Benchling to every scientist in the world Features in TechCrunch, MIT News, FierceBiotech, R&D Magazine, CIO Review 50k+ Scientists at the end of 2016 (3x growth from 2015) 100+ Product features added in 2016 150+ Companies repre…