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 »
SLAS 2015 – 7-11 February 2015 – Washington DC, US
Meet Ann Kramer at our stand in the “Innovation Avenue” at SLAS 2015 in Washington DC from 7-11 February. Conference venue is the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, located at 801 Mt Vernon Pl NW, Washington, DC 20001. For more information please visit the conference website.
Essen BioScience 5th IncuCyte User Group Meeting – 11 March 2015 – Welwyn Garden City, UK
Come and meet Dr. Elena Heister at the 5th IncuCyte User Group Meeting by Essen BioScience, held on 11 March at the Biopark at Welwyn Garden City. For more information please visit the meeting website.
Medica 2014 – 12-15 November 2014 – Duesseldorf, Germany
Ann Kramer will attend the “Medica 2014” conference in Duesseldorf, Germany on 12 November. For more information please visit the conference website.
Advances in cell-based assays – 11-12 Nov 2014 – London, UK
Dr. Elena Heister will attend the SMi “Advances in cell-based assays” conference in London from 11-12 November 2014 at the Marriott Hotel, Regents Park, 128 King Henry’s Road, London, NW3 3ST. For more information please visit the conference website.
Goodbye Flat Biology – 2-5 Nov 2014 – Berlin, Germany
Dr. Elena Heister will attend the EACR “Goodbye Flat Biology” conference 2014 in Berlin from 2-5 November at Harnack House (The conference venue of the Max Planck Society), Ihnestr. 16-20 in 14195 Berlin. For more information please visit the conference website.
ELRIG France – 15-16th October – Toulouse, France
Valerie Legris will be attending ELRIG – A comprehensive vision of screening and molecular design – in Toulouse, France on 15th and 16th October. For more information click here
Biocomposite electrospun scaffold shows promise in bone tissue engineering
A new publication in PLOSOne describes a study at the University of Malaya which tested whether a biocomposite electrospun scaffold has the ability to induce differentiation of hMSCs into osteogenic lineage without specific growth factors. Three scaffolds were generated by The Electrospinning Company for this purpose: PLLA + collagen, PLLA + hydroxyapatite (HA) and PLLA… Read more »
Clean room facilities for manufacturing of clinical samples
We have completed the move of our manufacturing and QA into ISO Class VII clean room facilities to allow production of clinical-grade material at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory near Harwell, Oxford. Our extensive scaffold design expertise and manufacture capabilities can help to translate your research through to the clinic. • Electrospun scaffolds from a variety… 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 »