Silicon Valley's top startup hub just teamed up with a $1.4 billion company to help startups find new ways of creating drugs, food, and clothing with biology
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On Monday, the startup hub Y Combinator and the $1.4 billion company Ginkgo Bioworks unveiled a new partnership aimed at giving startups access to tools to make materials from living things.

Ginkgo was Y Combinator's first investment outside software. Since then, the accelerator has become a serial backer of science and health startups.

The new deal gives startups that build with biology, otherwise known as synthetic biology startups, access to Ginkgo's manufacturing platform.

In exchange,...

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