Welcome to the team, Albert!

We are welcoming our new software architect, Albert Rodenius. Albert graduated from MIT, where he majored in computer science and minored in physics. After that he has helped design systems for 5G wireless networks, self-driving car radar, and cybersecurity defense. In his free time, he enjoys cooking, playing pool, and embarrassing himself at karaoke.

If you are interested in pioneering the future of data storage with CATALOG, visit our brand new website for the latest opportunities. Be sure to check back often as we update the careers page frequently.

If you have 10 minutes right now, we highly recommend watching this. We worked with the talented filmmaker Jacob Hurwitz-Goodman to produce this video that explains the motivation behind what we are doing as well as to explain our platform. We guarantee you’ll enjoy it.

In other news…

We celebrated our 2nd anniversary as a company in September and were busy flying around the globe to spread the word about CATALOG at the Web Summit 2018 in Lisbon (including a dinner with the Prime Minister of Portugal!), SynBioBeta and TechXpose in San Francisco, GGGF in Seoul, and DEVO in Milan.

Connect with us at the upcoming EmTech Asia in Singapore, the 2019 MIT Japan Conference in Tokyo, MIT Korea Symposium in Seoul, or in Boston if you’re in town!

CATALOG in the Press

Our vision for making DNA-based storage a reality in 2019.

During this year’s SynBioBeta, we announced our collaboration with Cambridge Consultants in building our PartyBus. When completed early next year, we will be able to encode information in DNA at a speed of 1TB/day, for about 1/1,000,000 the cost of what’s been possible before. We are speaking with companies now for early-access pilot projects in 2019. If you would like to learn more, please get in touch!

We’ve been featured in some awesome articles that cover our progress. A few of them are available here, but visit our website for the full list.