3D printed cell culture microenvironments
Biofabrication of microphysiological models
with enhanced cellular behaviors in vitro
Interested in how to overcome the limitations of 2D monolayer cell cultures and make the most of 3D printing at the scale of biological cells and tissues for cell culturing by amazingly mimicking biological structures? Then be a part of the upcoming live webinar with two experts in 3D microfabrication, 3D cell microenvironments, and cutting-edge biological research.
Experience a webinar live demo of Quantum X bio, the world’s most accurate 3D bioprinter featuring sterile printing conditions, filtered airflow, and temperature and humidity control. Capable of printing virtually any 3D design with unmatched accuracy and speed, it features live cell printing, high-precision placement of intricate and complex 3D structures in microfluidic channels or wells, and the flexibility to process a wide range of biocompatible materials, such as soft and hard biomaterials, and bioresins.
Explore new possibilities for your research in cell mechanobiology, tissue engineering, cell studies, in vitro desease modeling and treatment, and many other innovative biomedical applications where precision, speed, material diversity, and sterility are critical.
Prof. Angelo Accardo, Assistant Professor at Delft University of Technology, Department of Precision and Microsystems Engineering, will introduce the concept of 3D cell microenvironments, the evolution of cell culture models from 2D to 3D, basic mechanobiological concepts and relevant microfabrication approaches. He will also highlight some specific application scenarios and use cases, and conclude with an outlook on the future opportunities of 2PP-engineered cell microenvironments.
Dr. Benjamin Richter, Application Manager at Nanoscribe, will give an introduction to the capabilities of Two-Photon Polymerization (2PP)-based 3D Microfabrication with a special focus on features, substrates and materials for 3D printing at the scale of biological cells and tissues. With a live demo of Quantum X bio, he will show some new features and the whole workflow for printing 3D matrix scaffolds.
Moderation by Dr. Remmi Baker-Sediako, Life Sciences Business Development Manager at Nanoscribe
- Cell culture models and mechanobiology concepts
- Biofabrication of 3D cell microenvironments
- Quantum X bio – features, materials, new applications
- 3D printing of cell scaffolds in a live demo
- Application scenarios, use cases and future outlook
- Q&A session
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Our experts in this webinar
Prof. Angelo Accardo
Angelo Accardo is Assistant Professor at Delft University of Technology, Department of Precision and Microsystems Engineering. His research group conceives multi-scale 3D fabrication paradigms for fundamental cell mechanobiology, in vitro disease modeling and treatment. He is the author of more than 50 peer-reviewed publications, 4 book chapters, and the lead inventor on 1 industrial patent.
Dr. Benjamin Richter
Benjamin Richter is Application Manager at Nanoscribe and develops microfabrication processes and applications for the life sciences. Before, he completed an interdisciplinary PhD thesis on “Selective Biofunctionalization of 3D Microstructures” in the groups of Prof. Wegener, Prof. Bastmeyer and Prof. Barner-Kowollik at KIT.