Come visit us at our booth and explore the world of microfabrication! Find out more about Nanoscribe's high-precision additive manufacturing technologies and how they can benefit you in rapid prototyping and fabrication of biomedical devices or 3D printing bio-inspired microenvironments. Take the chance to discuss your next microfabrication projects, e.g. in biofabrication, tissue engineering or life sciences, with our colleague Alexander Legant. He looks forward to discussing opportunities for your innovation projects and answering any of your questions.
We are also excited about presentations of Nanoscribe users providing insights into cutting-edge research on stem and bone cells based on Nanoscribe’s high-precision 3D printing technology:
- Jason Hutchinson (University of Nottingham): “Microcarriers with Complex Architectures Manufactured by Two-Photon Lithography for Mechanobiological Manipulation and Expansion of Mesenchymal Stem Cells”, Tue, November 16, 16:40 - 16:50, Session: BF2 Biofabrication based on light and sound
- Christos Michas (Boston University): “An In Vitro 3D Stem Cell Derived Microfluidic Model Of Cardiac Ventricular Ejection Enabled By Two Photon Direct Laser Writing”, Tue, November 16, 08:50 - 09:00, Session: ET1.1 Developing biomimetic (micro)physiological platforms for Stem Cell and Tissue Engineering
- Xiao-Hua Qin (ETH Zürich): “Image-based Two-photon Biofabrication of Bone Cell Models”, Thu, November 18, 14:50 - 15:00, Session: BF10.3 Disruptive techniques for biofabrication