"Grapeless Wine And Cowless Milk: 60+ Synthetic Biology Startups In A Market Map" CB Insights Feb 22, 2017

"Engineering Human Cells to treat Cancer" - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News John Sterling, Feb 9 2017

“Local Sensitivity” - Biocentury Innovations Karen Tkach, Oct 6 2016

“Will Programmable Immune “Cellbots” Be the Next Weapon Against Cancer?” - Xconomy Alex Lash, Sep 29 2016

“UCSF Scientist Rolls Out a New Blueprint for Programming T Cells, the 2.0 Way” - Endpoints John Carroll, Sep 29 2016

"Immune Engineering : Genetically engineered immune cells are saving the lives of cancer patients. That may be just the start." - Technology Review Feb 2016

"Tweaking Mother Nature, biologists aim for better cancer fighting cells" - STAT Jan 28 2016

Scientific Publications

Engineering T Cells with Customized Therapeutic Response Programs Using Synthetic Notch Receptors Kole T. Roybal, Jasper Z. Williams, Leonardo Morsut, Levi J. Rupp, Isabel Kolinko, Joseph H. Choe, Whitney J. Walker, Krista A. McNally, Wendell A. Lim. Cell. 2016 Oct 6 pdf

Precision tumor recognition by T cells with combinatorial antigen-sensing circuits
Kole T. Roybal, Levi J. Rupp, Leonardo Morsut, Whitney J. Walker, Krista A. McNally, Jason S. Park, Wendell A. Lim.
Cell. 2016 Feb. 11 pdf

Engineering customized cell sensing and response behaviors using synthetic notch receptors
Leonardo Morsut, Kole T. Roybal, Xin Xiong, Russell M. Gordley, Scott M. Coyle, Matthew Thomson, Wendell A. Lim.
Cell. 2016 Feb. 11 pdf

Remote control of therapeutic T cells through a small molecule-gated chimeric receptor
Chia-Yung Wu, Kole T. Roybal, Elias M. Puchner, James Onuffer, Wendell A. Lim.
Science. 2015 Sep 24 pdf

The Principles of Engineering Immune Cells to Treat Cancer
Wendell A. Lim and Carl H. June. Cell. 2017 Feb. 9 pdf