In our pursuit to heal the planet and make the world a better place, we’re distinctly aware that this massive mission can’t be completed alone. And every article, interview, video or social post helps propel us one step closer.
Check out these stories and learn how we’re making extinction a thing of the past.
Colossal Labs & Systems
Colossal Biosciences, which is behind bid to bring back Tasmanian tiger, teams up with Melbourne Zoo to save 15cm reptile
There are times when we must risk it all and attempt the impossible. We do not dream because we can, but because it is our duty. To the planet, the animals and the future. Nature needs us to be smarter and work harder, today and tomorrow.
From Austin to the Azores. SXSW to primetime television. On air, on stage and in the cloud. We're spreading the news about de-extinction, the mammoth, the thylacine and combating climate change with the science of genetics.
“In addition to bringing back ancient extinct species like the woolly mammoth, we will be able to leverage our technologies to help preserve critically endangered species that are on the verge of extinction and restore animals where humankind had a hand in their demise”
Co-Founder, CEO of Colossal
“The science is solved, the tools are there, it’s just about scaling it up."
Head of Biological Sciences at Colossal Biosciences
Colossal Biosciences’ Ben Lamm sees ‘de-extinction’ as vital to fighting climate change
Bringing back the Mammoth: featuring Colossal Biosciences’ CEO Ben Lamm and Scientist Christopher Mason
Ben Lamm On Starting 6 Successful Startups And Now Raising $225 Million To Fix De-Extinction
Commercializing Science for Climate Solutions—with George Church & Ben Lamm of Colossal
Can gene editing restore lost animals to the Earth? One company is betting on it
Ben Lamm discusses the most important factors to consider when selling a business
Hypergiant and Colossal's Ben Lamm on Industrial AI and Resurrecting Woolly Mammoths