A modern R&D informatics infrastructure for growing synthetic biology companies

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Trusted by over 150,000 scientists

A different approach to informatics for large molecule R&D

Lab Notebook
Molecular Biology
Bioregistry
Sample Tracking
Workflow Management
Request Management

Bring your R&D into a class of its own

Unprecedented Productivity

2-4x
Increase in productivity
67%
Reduction in emails and meetings to manage research collaboration
50%
Reduction in time for IND filing
What Benchling has provided us is a single solution for multiple different problems, from sequence design and alignment to a centralized database. Our speed has doubled, communication has improved exponentially, and it's decreased scientist frustration level beyond measure.

Brenda Minesinger
Principal Scientist

Unified Data for Superior Research Decisions

1 Minute
Time for scientists to access complete upstream experimental context
0
Duplicated research efforts
100%
Business decisions informed by complete candidate histories
Benchling gives transparency across the company. Because everything is in one place, our scientists don't have to jump from system to system. They can quickly get all the details and all the data associated with any construct or experiment . By keeping a good registry of constructs and the associated assay data, we're able to extract learnings from it that we otherwise wouldn't have .

Vipin Suri
Vice President of Discovery

Seamless Deployment and Adoption

6 Weeks
Get started on the Benchling platform in as little as 6 weeks
90%+
Average increase in user adoption over legacy systems
0
Coding and on-prem servers
Since our founding, science has remained our central guiding principle. Benchling fits perfectly into this philosophy, providing us a flexible informatics platform that enables our scientists to focus on high-impact research and deliver life-transforming medicines .

Nicholas Papadopoulos
SVP R&D Operations

Take your large molecule R&D to the next level