The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted several vulnerabilities in local life science manufacturing capabilities across the globe, necessitating a significant increase in domestic production capacity using next-generation technologies. At the heart of Basetwo’s and Genecis’s innovative project is the utilization of hybrid models, a cutting-edge simulation technology that fuses AI with the fundamental principles of physics and chemistry, enabling the effective modeling of complex industrial systems, such as bioreactors or distillation columns.
“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Genecis on this project,” said Thouheed Abdul Gaffoor, CEO of Basetwo. “This collaboration exemplifies our commitment to industrial manufacturers to create a more efficient, sustainable future with AI.”
“At Genecis, we are excited to join forces with Basetwo on pioneering this project. This joint effort exemplifies our shared dedication to sustainability. Together, we are poised to position Canada as a leader in next-generation manufacturing technologies,” adds CEO of Genecis, Luna Yu.
Basetwo and Genecis’s collaboration with NGen represents a significant leap forward in redefining Canada’s life science manufacturing capabilities and underscores each company’s commitment to driving both innovation and sustainability in the global market.
Basetwo is a Toronto-based software company harnessing generative AI copilots and hybrid modeling to streamline complex engineering environments, empowering engineers to make manufacturing smarter, faster, and more resilient.
Genecis is a leading Canadian biotech company turning organic waste into sustainable, biodegradable materials, offering a circular economy solution for products’ beginning and end of life.