The research, the study’s authors claimed, will help scientists better understand how humans and primates develop in the early stages.
Altos Labs is reportedly looking to establish research bases all over the globe, including Cambridge in the UK.
According to Technology Review, the company has already raised an impressive £195.9million ($270million) to support this venture.
And this is not the first time Mr Bezos is reported to have invested in biotech companies.
He has previously funded the anti-ageing company Unity Biotechnology, which is designing drugs and treatments that could stave off the worst effects of ageing.