I cofounded LatchBio to use great ideas from mathematics, computer science and engineering to build better tools for the biotech industry.

We build software that scientific teams use to understand new classes of biological data.

Technical notes from topics of interest:- Projective geometry and applications (towards computing the fundamental group of the real projective plane)
- The topologist's comb
- Genotoxic effects of base editing
- Exercises on limits (category theory)

I wrote this manifesto in 2020 before dropping out of Berkeley with my cofounders. It captures some of my hopes for our company and the promise that lies at the intersection of computing and engineering biology.

*kenny@latch.bio*