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Coffee from lab?

Sustainable coffee grown in Finland


VTT has successfully produced coffee cells in a bioreactor through cellular agriculture. The innovation can help to make the production of coffee more sustainable. The first batches produced by VTT in a laboratory in Finland smell and taste like conventional coffee. With increasing demand and ...


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Sartorius acquires cell culture specialist Xell AG

Extension of the Sartorius cell culture media business with a focus on media for gene therapeutics and vaccines


Sartorius, through its subgroup Sartorius Stedim Biotech, acquired cell culture specialist XellAG headquartered in Bielefeld, Germany. XellAG develops, produces, and markets media and feed supplements for cell cultures, especially for manufacturing viral vectors that are used in gene ...


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3D-Printing of Living Cells for Bioapplications with Unprecedented Precision

Cell models mimicking natural tissue topography herald new era for biomedical research


The combination of a 2-Photon 3D-printer with an hydrogel-based bioink allows the direct printing of 3D structures containing living cells at both the meso- and microscale. Developed by UpNano GmbH, the NanoOne Bio is a printer based on the successful NanoOne range of laser-powered 2-Photon ...


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DZNE’s First Spin-off “Neuron–D” Uses Innovative Technology for Drug Testing

Drug Screening with 3D Cell Cultures


On the basis of a license agreement with the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE) and the Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden (IPF), the Dresden-based start-up “Neuron-D GmbH” is developing a high-throughput system for testing drug candidates to treat neurodegenerative ...


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Automated cell research with the help of artificial intelligence

Researchers will receive EXIST funding for spin-off project “LABMaiTE”


In biological cell research, automated experiments are increasingly becoming the standard and enable meaningful, reproducible results. A team of Freiburg researchers would like to make the work of laboratory staff even easier: Jonas Bermeitinger, Dennis Raith and Avani Sapre founded “LABMaiTE” ...


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Fujifilm to Invest Over 200 Billion yen to Establish New Large-Scale Cell Culture Manufacturing Site for Biopharmaceuticals in the U.S.A.

End-to-End Single-Site Solution from Drug Substances to Fill-Finish & Packaging


FUJIFILM Corporation is making an investment of more than 200 Billion yen (2 Billion USD) to establish a new large-scale cell culture production site in the United States to accelerate the growth of its biopharmaceutical contract development and manufacturing business (CDMO). FUJIFILM Diosynth ...


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Early in vitro testing for adverse effects on embryos


ETH researchers have combined embryonic cells and liver cells in a new cell culture test. This combination lets them detect adverse effects that new medications may have on embryos early on in the drug development process. Medications have to be safe for mothers-to-be and for their unborn ...


denovoMATRIX receives seed financing


denovoMATRIX develops and manufactures biomimetic coatings for stem cell culture. With its technology, the team of denovoMATRIX enables cutting edge research in the stem cell field, and aims to revolutionize cell culture processes in Life Science research. The HTGF together with TGFS are ...


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3D 'organ on a chip' could accelerate search for new disease treatments


Researchers have developed a three-dimensional 'organ on a chip' which enables real-time continuous monitoring of cells, and could be used to develop new treatments for disease while reducing the number of animals used in research. The device, which incorporates cells inside a 3D transistor made ...


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Gene therapy for mitochondrial diseases


Mitochondrial disease is now thought to be the second most commonly diagnosed genetic disease worldwide, and, unfortunately, there are still no proven treatment strategies for those diagnosed. Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing in Cologne were involved in ...


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