Articles “Impact of organ-on-a-chip technology on pharmaceutical R&D costs”, by Franzen et.al. and “Organ-on-Chip In Development: Building Blocks for a European Organ-on-Chip Roadmap” by Mastrangeli et.al. now available.
This conference provides a platform where micro technologies can find a way into the macro world. The conference brings together researchers, entrepreneurs and policy makers to create a sustainable economic and social value to the society.
The annual Sartorius and Science Prize for Regenerative Medicine and Cell Therapy is geared towards researchers focused on basic or translational research that advances regenerative medicine and cell therapy.
Are you looking for collaborators in the OoC field and are you a member of the EUROoCS, then you have access to the EUROoCS Forum and you can add an announcement in the section “Find your collaborators”.
The International Scientific Committee for WC11 has been formed and had its first brainstorm meeting just before Christmas last year. The four themes Safety, Disease, Innovative technologies and Ethics, welfare and regulatory affairs were discussed, resulting in an extensive list of topics per theme. Among the many topics are (multi-)organ-on-chip, the virtual human, stem cell technology and tissue engineering, responsible […]
On Tuesday 19 March 2019 a one-day Organ-on-Chip symposium was organized by dr. Ben Maoz and dr. Gad Vatine at the Tel Aviv University (TAU) in Israel. It was a lively meeting divided in four parts: Cancer/Metabolism, Vasculature, Technologies and Lab on Chip.