Colossal Biosciences and Re:wild Unite To Rewrite the Future of Conservation

In a landmark collaboration, Colossal Biosciences and Re:wild have joined forces to tackle the global extinction crisis head-on.

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Rewilding in Ethiopia

In a landmark collaboration, Colossal Biosciences and Re:wild have joined forces to tackle the global extinction crisis head-on. The partnership was unveiled during a recent virtual discussion moderated by Lindsay Nikole, a zoologist and science communicator on Colossal’s Youth Advisory Board. The conversation, which featured Matt James, chief animal officer at Colossal Biosciences, and Barney Long, senior director of conservation strategies at Re:wild, shed light on how the two organizations seek to revolutionize species conservation by merging cutting-edge de-extinction technology with proven conservation strategies.

Colossal Biosciences, a biotechnology powerhouse based in Dallas, is at the vanguard of applying advanced genetic technologies to conservation. With a team stacked with Ph.D. researchers specializing in genetics, genomics, and cell biology, Colossal is pioneering innovative tools to resurrect extinct species and fortify the populations of those teetering on the brink of extinction.

During the discussion, James declared, “Our mission is to make extinction a relic of the past. By harnessing the power of cutting-edge science, we are developing solutions that can have a profound, tangible impact on species conservation. This partnership with Re:wild allows us to channel our expertise and resources into projects that can make the greatest difference.”

Re:wild, a globally respected conservation organization, brings decades of experience protecting and restoring the planet’s most vulnerable species and ecosystems. Long emphasized the urgency of the partnership in addressing the mounting challenges facing biodiversity.

“When we started talking to Colossal, the idea of using new technologies, bringing in new tools into our toolbox to help these species, looking at those conservation breeding programs and how we can speed them up through some of these technologies or restore lost genes into populations to kind of walk back inbreeding, et cetera, just opens up a huge amount of really exciting possibilities and new tools in our toolkit for saving and recovering endangered species,” said Long.

Colossal Biosciences and Re:wild’s 10-Year Plan

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The Living Coral BioBank, a method for helping coral reefs rewild

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