Posts tagged “ Cell Culture”

  • PELOAcademy starts now a series of FREE Webinars: Can Cell Culture be as good as in vivo? Roadmap to a better Worfkflow in your lab. We will discuss with you the most important steps during your workflow starting March each 4th Thursday of the month. See our full program till summer below. Thur March 26, […]

    PELOAcademy starts Cell Culture series: Part 1 – Informed Consent

    PELOAcademy starts now a series of FREE Webinars: Can Cell Culture be as good as in vivo? Roadmap to a better Worfkflow in your lab. We will discuss with you the most important steps during your workflow starting March each 4th Thursday of the month. See our full program till summer below. Thur March 26, 2020, 10 AM (German) or 3.30 PM (English) CET/MEZpresented by Dr. Lothar Steeb, CEO/CSO PELOBiotech. No hassle. I know that if I have no time, I can enjoy my recording...
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  • SuperMeat, an Israel-based company, says it could have its meat products that are made from cell culture technology to market soon. A start-up food technology company has raised US$3 million in seed funding and has partnered with a German-based poultry producer. SuperMeat is a biotech and food-tech company that wants “to create healthy, sustainable and […]

    Meat products from cell culture technology

    SuperMeat, an Israel-based company, says it could have its meat products that are made from cell culture technology to market soon. A start-up food technology company has raised US$3 million in seed funding and has partnered with a German-based poultry producer. SuperMeat is a biotech and food-tech company that wants “to create healthy, sustainable and animal-friendly meat products using advanced cell-culture techniques.” In a statement the company announced its success in raising funds...
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  • A technique which revolutionizes cell culture by allowing the continuous production and collection of cells, has been developed by scientists at Newcastle University. The process removes the limit on the number of cells that can be grown in a culture dish, which until now has been strictly confined by its surface area. The research published […]

    The future of Cell Culture: A new Continuous Bioprocess Developed

    A technique which revolutionizes cell culture by allowing the continuous production and collection of cells, has been developed by scientists at Newcastle University. The process removes the limit on the number of cells that can be grown in a culture dish, which until now has been strictly confined by its surface area. The research published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces reports how the Newcastle team have developed a coating that allows individual stromal cells to "peel away" from...
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