Advancing BioScience through Artificial Intelligence


Artificial Intelligence is recognized as one of the key drivers of modern innovation in many disciplines, including food systems and biomanufacturing.

DSM - a global science-based company in Health, Nutrition and Bioscience - has joined forces with Delft University of Technology and established the laboratory to explore new applications of artificial intelligence in BioScience and its industrial applications. Together, five lines of research have been established to explore how AI technologies can be used to optimize biomanufacturing at different scales: from factory unit planning and the development of digital twins of fermentation processes, to self-organizing laboratories and advanced microbial strain building cycles, to understanding the interaction between microbiomes and their hosts. Today, you will learn about the ambitions of and how we plan to solve the challenges.

1. TU Delft:
2. DSM:
  • Henk Noorman, Senior Science Fellow DSM, Scientific Director.
  • Hans Roubos, Senior Science Fellow DSM, Scientific Director.

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