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The Electrospinning Company - Polymer Scaffolds for 3D Cell Culture News

The Electrospinning Company - Polymer Scaffolds for 3D Cell Culture

The Electrospinning Company is Industrial Process News' Company of the Month The Electrospinning Company has been chosen as industrial process news' company of the month in January 2014, following the launch of the 96-well plate containing Mimetix for 3D cell culture.
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Medicyte GmbH to Distribute Mimetix Scaffolds The Electrospinning Company, provider of electrospun polymer scaffolds, announced that Medicyte, provider of human primary cells and upcyte® cell strains as well as inventors of the upcyte® and vericyte® technology, has been appointed as a distributor of The Electrospinning Company’s Mimetix® 3D cell culture plates.
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Mimetix® 3D Plate Awarded ELRIG New Technology Prize The Electrospinning Company’s multiwell plate for 3D cell culture containing the Mimetix® scaffold was awarded the prize for best new innovative technology at the European Laboratory Robotics Interest Group (ELRIG) Drug Discovery Conference in Manchester in September.
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HESUB Consortium will Develop Bioreactors for Production of Stem Cells The Electrospinning Company is a member of the HESUB consortium, which has been awarded €5.7million over three years by the European Union 7th framework programme to develop a single-use bioreactor for the cost-effective production of human stem cells. The project started on 1 May 2013.
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Biodegradable Electrospun Membranes Offer Promise in Affordable Corneal Regeneration The Electrospinning Company has supplied biodegradable, synthetic electrospun membranes to a team led by Professor Sheila MacNeil of the University of Sheffield, who are developing affordable corneal surface regeneration techniques in collaboration with experts in India.
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