Nano3D Biosciences has recently been featured in this Nature article and this Nature Medicine article highlighting our 3D cell culture capabilities for toxicology, cancer research, and regenerative medicine.
Nano3D Biosciences announces our partnership with The Scripps Research Institute and Cold Springs Harbor Laboratory to advance high-throughput screening for cancer research, funded by the National Institute of Health and sponsored by Greiner Bio-One North America.
Check out the new paper from our collaborators at the University of Houston where they constructed a 3D culture using primary cardiomyocytes. They found that these constructs preserved both the phenotype and contractility of the cardiomyocytes in 3D. This model could be used as a simple means of testing cardiotoxicity in 3D cultures that replicate native tissue environment.
Read the paper here.
Greiner Bio-One will be exhibiting our products and services at the Dechema 3D Cell Culture 2016 Conference in Freiburg, Germany, April 19-21, 2016. There, they will show n3D’s leading products in 3D cell culture, and present our latest results in a poster titled “High-throughput spheroid formation for compound screening using magnetic 3D bioprinting.” Learn more about how you can take your research to the next dimension!
Laissez les bon temps rouler! We’re traveling to the Big Easy for AACR 2016! With Greiner Bio-One, we’ll be exhibiting our latest products and services for 3D cell culture. We’re also hosting a talk, with Greiner Bio-One, Biotek Instruments, and Enzo Life Sciences, on Wed, April 20 at 9:30 AM at Spotlight Theater A showing our latest results with spheroids and rings made from magnetic 3D bioprinting for high-content screening. Hubert Tseng, Senior R&D Scientist, will also present a poster, Development of spheroids derived from tumor biopsies and patient-derived xenografts using magnetic 3D bioprinting (#4251, Section 35, #1) on Tuesday, April 19, 1-5 PM. If you’re in New Orleans for the conference, come check us out, we want to show you how you can accelerate your research with magnetic 3D bioprinting!
Hubert Tseng, Senior R&D Scientist, is headed to our nation’s capital to give a talk hosted by Greiner Bio-One at the LRIG DC Metro Vendor Show in Potomac, MD on Thursday, April 14 at 5 PM. There, Dr. Tseng will show recent results performing high-throughput and high-content screening with magnetically 3D bioprinted rings and spheroids. Come by and learn more about how we can add dimensions to your screening!
Nano3D Biosciences announces a free webinar with MD Anderson Cancer Center titled Magnetic 3D Bioprinting of Cells: Overcoming Imaging Obstacles in Spheroids, presented by GE Healthcare Life Sciences and Greiner Bio-One North America.