Archive for Category: 3D Technologies, 3D Models & Microfluidic

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  • A team of scientists from Zurich has managed to create a biocomputer using human cells. A biocomputer is a system made out of living cells capable of processing information, and the ETH Zurich team has successfully used human cells to construct a simple computational circuit. In a recent paper published in the journal Nature Methods, […]

    Scientists Developed Computer out of Living Cells

    A team of scientists from Zurich has managed to create a biocomputer using human cells. A biocomputer is a system made out of living cells capable of processing information, and the ETH Zurich team has successfully used human cells to construct a simple computational circuit. In a recent paper published in the journal Nature Methods, a team of researchers from the University of Basel and ETH Zurich discussed the methods they used to create the biocomputer. The biocomputer was made out of nine...
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  • Please meet us at “Regmed Forum 2017 – Advanced Disease Models”. You´ll find Katja at booth #6, Auditorium Friedrichstraße in Berlin. In regenerative medicine, the efficient development of new therapy options, such as cell therapies, requires suitable in-vitro disease model systems beyond the current standard. Innovative 3D cell culture approaches, 3D bioprinting and organ-on-a-chip model […]

    Meet us at… RegMed Forum

    Please meet us at "Regmed Forum 2017 – Advanced Disease Models”. You´ll find Katja at booth #6, Auditorium Friedrichstraße in Berlin. In regenerative medicine, the efficient development of new therapy options, such as cell therapies, requires suitable in-vitro disease model systems beyond the current standard. Innovative 3D cell culture approaches, 3D bioprinting and organ-on-a-chip model systems have all seen tremendous progress over the last decade. Now, even multi-organ-on-a-chip models...
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  • Organoid ECMs – How Extracellular Matrices Impact your Cell Growth We are very excited to announce that we have a new partner: East River Biosolutions. To get to know the US-based company better please join Peter’s Introduction via gotowebinar. East river offers high quality native ECMs to address the needs of researchers across different research […]

    NEW partner: PELOBiotech gains New Partner for Organoid ECMs/Introduction-Webinar

    Organoid ECMs - How Extracellular Matrices Impact your Cell Growth We are very excited to announce that we have a new partner: East River Biosolutions. To get to know the US-based company better please join Peter's Introduction via gotowebinar. East river offers high quality native ECMs to address the needs of researchers across different research areas. Title: Organoid ECMs - How extracellular Matrices impact your Cell Growth Speaker: Peter Frost, CEO PELOBiotech Date: Thursday, November...
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  • New 3D lesson series

    Great lessson series on 3D and drug discovery from our partner StemTek Therapeutics. Today's lesson is on 3D cell culture: Is it compatible with my current 2D expertise? Check it out, we keep you in the loop: Just click here: https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/2612651/admin/updates/
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  • Cells grown in monolayer fail to accurately model endogenous biochemical processes and disease phenotypes, according to Ha Nam Nguyen, a postdoctoral fellow at John Hopkins and a founder of 3Dnamics. This is important because, as he points out, “This discrepancy could cause the majority of preclinical drug candidates to fail in downstream clinical trials.” Mark […]

    3D Cell Culture: The next Frontier

    Cells grown in monolayer fail to accurately model endogenous biochemical processes and disease phenotypes, according to Ha Nam Nguyen, a postdoctoral fellow at John Hopkins and a founder of 3Dnamics. This is important because, as he points out, “This discrepancy could cause the majority of preclinical drug candidates to fail in downstream clinical trials.” Mark Rothenberg, manager of scientific training and education at Corning, offers a similar point of view, saying, “More biologically...
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  • Scientists in Australia have used a 3D printer to create nerve cells found in the brain using a special bio-ink made from stem cells. The research takes us a step closer to making replacement brain tissue derived from a patient’s own skin or blood cells to help treat conditions such as brain injury, Parkinson’s disease, […]

    3D-printed brain-like tissue from SC

    Scientists in Australia have used a 3D printer to create nerve cells found in the brain using a special bio-ink made from stem cells. The research takes us a step closer to making replacement brain tissue derived from a patient’s own skin or blood cells to help treat conditions such as brain injury, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy and schizophrenia. The bio-ink is made of human induced pluripotent stem cells (#iPSC), which have the same power as embryonic stem cells to turn into any cell...
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  • Demand fuels 3D CC Market

    The global 3D cell culture market is anticipated to reach USD 1.69 billion by 2024, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. Potential of this technology to replace and reduce the usage of animal models for histological analysis and biochemical assays is expected to fuel demand for 3D cell culture products thus driving growth in the coming years. To read more, please click here.
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  • Munich Team won iGEM Award in US with 3D Printer

    Congratulations to the Munich TU and LMU team: They won in Boston, US, the Bioengeeneering award iGEM in the category „Overgraduate“ . More here in German: Das Doppelteam von TU München und Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) konnte mit einem 3D-Zelldrucker und passender Bio-Tinte die Fachjury am deutlichsten überzeugen. Mehr als 300 Hochschulteams aus aller Welt hatten beim „Giant Jamboree“ ihre Projekte zur Synthetischen Biologie präsentiert. Die deutschen Teams kehren mit reichlich...
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