ISO 13485 quality certification

The Electrospinning Company is delighted to announce that we have achieved approval to ISO 13485 medical device quality system, so our clean-room manufactured scaffolds are suitable for human implantation and our laboratory research tools are manufactured to a stringent quality standard. For more information click here

Innovation AveNEW award at SLAS2015

The Electrospinning Company won an award to exhibit in Innovation AveNEW,  a traditional highlight of the annual SLAS Conference and Exhibition. Through this program, SLAS provides start-up companies with tremendous exposure and prestige by granting complimentary exhibit space and in-kind support that enables the company’s participation at the SLAS Annual Conference & Exhibition. Innovation AveNEW participants… Read more »

Novel scaffold with therapeutic oil shows promise for wound care

[three_fourth last=”no”] The University of Campinas in Brazil in collaboration with The Electrospinning Company, UCL and Nottingham Trent University has published a paper in the Journal of Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering describing a novel electrospun scaffold containing Copaiba oil. The incorporation of bioactive compounds into biodegradable polymers, such as poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid) (PLGA) allows the fabrication… Read more »

Mimetix® plate awarded ELRIG New Technology Prize

The 3D multi-well plate containing the Mimetix® scaffold was awarded the “Prize for Best New Innovative Technology” at the European Laboratory Robotics Interest Group (ELRIG) Research & Innovation: Impact into Cancer conference in Telford on 11 March 2014. The award was given to the exhibitor with most delegate votes.   Mimetix is an electrospun scaffold… Read more »

Electrospun corneal patches support cell migration

The Electrospinning Company has supplied biodegradable, synthetic electrospun membranes to a team led by Professor Sheila MacNeil and Dr Frederik Claeyssens of the University of Sheffield, who are developing affordable corneal surface regeneration techniques in collaboration with experts in India. A new publication in “Biomaterials Science” titled “Characterisation and evaluation of the impact of microfabricated pockets… Read more »

Biodegradable electrospun scaffolds offer promise in corneal regeneration

The Electrospinning Company has supplied biodegradable synthetic membranes to a team, led by Professor Sheila MacNeil of the University of Sheffield, who are developing affordable corneal surface regeneration techniques in collaboration with experts in India. A publication in Biomaterials titled “Simplifying corneal surface regeneration using a biodegradable synthetic membrane and limbal tissue explants” http://authors.elsevier.com/sd/article/S0142961213003864), on… Read more »