Welcome to our presentation at the “Lab-on-a-Chip, Microfluidics & Microarrays World Congress” in San Diego / USA. In the presented work, a candidate 3D in vitro culture, the reconstructed human epidermis (RhE) artificial skin, was integrated with a modified IMOLA-IVD biochip for online monitoring of extracellular acidification. RhE, grown on standard polycarbonate membrane culture inserts, […]
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Meet us at the EUSAAT 2015 in Linz / Austria. cellasys has four contributions to the congress: 28-day microphysiological monitoring of human hepatocellular cells Analysis of effects of the adoption of alternative methods on the number of animals used for eye irritation in the European Union Reconstructed Human Epidermis (RhE) Monitoring via the IMOLA-IVD Conversion […]
You are welcome to visit our invited session on “Label Free Live Cell Monitoring” during the 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society in Milan. IEEE EMBC 2015 Session “Label Free Live Cell Monitoring”: Martin Brischwein, Technische Universität München: Sensor Based Microphysiometry The capability of continuously monitoring cells and […]
cellasys at ACHEMA 2015 in Frankfurt / Germany. Vist us at the both of HP Medizintechnik GmbH (Hall 4.1 – D49) in Frankfurt / Germany from 15th to 19th of June 2015.
INDUSTRIAL WORKSHOP: Higher Value production technologies and KET enabled applications Date: 30. March 2015 Venue: Assolombarda Sala Falck, Via Chiaravalle 8, Milano, Italy Within the European initiative “Factories of the Future”,a group of public private partnership projects is working in synergy to maintain high value manufacturing in Europe. These projects together with the support of […]
cellasys will present two posters at the “9th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences“: 1. Serial Linkage of BioChips toward an organ-on-chip approach 2. Using chlorella kessleri for monitoring of water quality Serial Linkage of BioChips toward an organ-on-chip approach The development of drugs is a costly and time consuming […]
New premises for cellasys – R&D cellasys – R&D moved to new premises at cellasys – R&D Ohmstrasse 8 80802 Munich Germany
BioChip-D data sheet available. The data sheet of our new BioChip-D is available. The BioChip is an improved version of the BioChip-C. The substrate is made of glass and allows access via optical techniques.
“All-in-one manufacturing platform for system in package and micromechatronic systems” – project website is availabe at www.nextfactory-project.eu The NextFactory project (funded from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme) aims to develop one machine which is able to produce complete mechatronic micro-systems in an integrated, single-stage, one-location process. More information in the NextFactory-Factsheet.