Synthetic Biology Market Drivers is Responsible to for Increasing Market Share, Forecast 2026

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Increasing concerns regarding depleting natural resources of oil reservoirs is propelling demand for replacement for fossil fuels. Biofuel production is increasing steadily with promising results. Furthermore, rising concerns regarding climate change and energy security makes biofuel an efficient alternative for fossil fuels. In this context, synthetic biology has shown promising result for biofuel production. Synthetic biology approaches can be used in reducing cost of celluloses and, thereby, of biofuels. Moreover, various companies are engaged in collaboration and partnership activities to use their expertise in the synthetic biology to produce cost-efficient biofuels. Click To Read More On Synthetic Biology Market

Growing adoption of synthetic biology in emerging applications such as genetically modified crops (GMCs) in agriculture, green chemicals, and biofuels in the industrial applications will offer lucrative growth opportunity in the near future.

Since 2014, rising engagement of various investors to fund the synthetic biology companies including established and startup companies is continuously increasing. For instance, according to SynBioBeta LLC January 2018 data findings, 50 companies in the synthetic biology market raised around US$ 1.7 billion for the development of innovative synthetic biology technologies.

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Growing research and development (R&D) activities to develop new technologies in synthetic biology by government and private organizations and increasing demand for efficient alternative therapy to design and market active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) in drug diagnosis and therapeutics are other growth factors, which will drive the synthetic biology market growth.

Furthermore, the regulations that govern synthetic biology are not designed specifically for synthetic biology and are inadequate to regulate new gene editing applications such as CRISPR gene editing. The current legal framework focuses on genetically modified products and the procedures to make them, create a hurdle in the growth of synthetic biology market. Furthermore, stringent regulations related to the application of genetically modified organism (GMOs) in developed economies such as the U.S. and Europe reflects the concern related to the adoption of synthetic biology in the near future.

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Growing Research and Development (R&D) Funding and Rising Number of Synthetic Biology Start-ups are expected to propel Growth of the Synthetic Biology Market

Growing investment/funding from companies in the branch of synthetic biology offers lucrative opportunity to develop products such as consumer goods, bioengineered medicines, and industrial chemicals. According to SynBioBeta data finding, January 2018, 50 companies including public and private companies raised over US$ 1.7 billion for the development of innovative synthetic biology technologies. Furthermore, according to the finding, the number of synthetic biology-based companies is growing significantly. According to same source, in 2013, total number of synthetic biology companies worldwide were 293, which increased to 346 (2014), 387 (2015), and 411 (2016).

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