We believe that computational tooling and advances in biology will bring disruptive change in the next decade. Our co-founders both worked in the frontiers of computational science (Bryce at Stanford and Noah as the first software engineer at one of the biggest industry microbome cores), which showed them how much of this future is driven by data analysis.
We saw how the challenges in implementing and scaling computational biology tools like aligners and assemblers are slowing down teams everywhere, and we wanted to fix it.
Toolchest makes implementing and scaling computational biology tools just three lines of code. We're excited by working with therapeutic development companies as the first step in accelerating computational biology everywhere.