Computational biologists

Amplify your capabilities

Data modeling and insight development drive the benefits you know you bring to your teams.  Being able to do so quickly and easily helps both you and your teams as well.

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Benefits for Computational Biologists

Form enables you to focus on developing novel analysis approaches and less time dealing with trivial computational tasks.  Collaborating, viewing and loading your data will never be the same.

Key Features

Raw sequence data input from dry lab experiments

Optional metadata input for cross tabulation, grouping and advanced visualization

Granular data access control and sharing across teams and collaborators

Data indexing and search to help you easily find specific files and experiment assets

Data provenance tracking for keeping track of every action on your uploaded data

Add reference genomes, proteins and more, or use ours

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Alex Smit
Founder of Stic

Computer-aided design, fabrication, testing analyses and machine learning are key to the future of bioengineering in general and specifically restoration of endangered and extinct genetic diversity for keystone species in vital ecosystems. Form Bio is the software critical to pave the way.

George Church, PhD
Professor, Harvard Medical School and MIT; Director of Synthetic Biology, The Wyss Institute

Form Bio helps Colossal's biology teams save time and maximize our research in ways we didn’t realize were possible. Having access to an incredibly easy-to-use interface coupled with Form’s deep bench of bioinformatics and data science expertise is core to our workflows and how we fulfill our ambitious research objectives.

Eriona Hysolli, PhD
Head of Biological Sciences, Colossal Biosciences

"Form Bio’s platform and experienced team are playing an indispensable role in our conservation and de-extinction research initiatives. The software’s ease-of-use and breadth of capabilities empower scientists to get more computational work done with less effort and in less time, making it a critical part of how we reach our discoveries."

Andrew Pask, PhD
Professor of Biosciences, University of Melbourne

Our collaboration with Form Bio is enabling our group to build more replicable workflows that allow us to perform routine analysis with greatly reduced analyst time—addressing a critical bottleneck in the scientific enterprise.

Vagheesh Narasimhan, PhD
Assistant Professor Department of Integrative Biology, Department of Statistics and Data Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin