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Upcoming Events

We are pleased to introduce the newest member of the CytoSMART family: the CytoSMART Omni. The Omni is an automated live-cell imager that can make a bright-field scan of an entire well plate or other culture vessel within 5 minutes. We are eager to show you the latest developments regarding the CytoSMART Omni and we are excited to do that at the following events:  

 

International Symposium on Measuring and Modelling Cell Migration

February 22-23 in Vienna, Austria

This international symposium focusses on the different experiments used to measure cell migration and on computational models to model cell migration. Furthermore, in depth information about the mechanism behind cell migration will be discussed.

More information: www.mm.rwth-aachen.de

 

First TERMIS-EU workshop on 3D Printing in Musculoskeletal Tissue Engineering

March 22-23 in Warsaw, Poland

The main focus of this workshop is regeneration of bone and cartilage using 3D printing and bioprinting. Furthermore, repair of soft tissues will also be discussed. However, the most important part of the meeting will be the hands-on sessions to see 3D printing and bioprinting techniques in action.

More information: http://eu-workshop-2018.termis.org/

 

Society For Biomaterials: 2018 Annual Meeting and Exposition

April 10-14 in Atlanta, USA: visit us at booth 28

The annual meeting of the Society For Biomaterials will concentrate on the use of biomaterial in different fields of research such as cardiovascular research, cancer research and tissue engineering. Next to this, this year’s meeting will also have a special session on translating biomaterial technology to industry.

More information: https://2018.biomaterials.org/

 

American Association for Cancer Research: Annual Meeting 2018

April 14-18 in Chicago, USA: visit us at booth 1638

The theme of the 2018 Annual Meeting is “Driving Innovative Cancer Science to Patient Care”. Important topics that will be discussed are early detection of cancer, cancer interception and cancer survival. Next to the scientific sessions and posters on cancer research, many companies involved in cancer research or treatment will show their latest innovations.

More information: http://www.aacr.org/Meetings/Pages/MeetingDetail.aspx?EventItemID=136#.WmBNZUxFyzk

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