AACR – Washington D.C. – 1-5 April 2017
AMS Biotechnology (@AMS_bio) will be showcasing Mimetix scaffolds for 3D culture of cancer cells at the Annual Association of Cancer Research Annual meeting in Washington D.C. from 1-5 April. Visit booth #3522.
Angels in MedCity – Oxford Information evening – 28th March 2017
CEO Ann Kramer will talk at the Angels in MedCity – Oxford Information Evening 28 March 2017, 17:00 – 20:00 Penningtons Manches Oxford, 9400 Garsington Road, Oxford Business Park, OX4 2HN MedCity in conjunction with Penningtons Manches would like to invite you to an information evening about the Angels in MedCity initiative. The event will… Read more »
ELRIG Research and Innovation – Cambridge – 29 – 30 March 2017
Dr Gary Allenby of Aurelia Bioscience will present the results of a collaborative development project at the European Laboratory Research and Innovation ELRIG 5th Annual Research & Innovation Meeting. Gary will present at 14:30 on 30th March on “3-Dimensional electrospun scaffold-based biological assays – A practical approach to performing 3-D cell culture and assays in microwell plates”…. Read more »
ISSCR stem cell Basel 27 Feb – 01 Mar 2017
Visit the AMSBio stand to learn more about Mimetix scaffolds for stem cell growth and differentiation. . The theme is Translational Opportunities in Stem Cell Research, it will explore the latest translational opportunities in the stem cell field, cutting-edge technology helping to drive the research, and inspired perspectives on where the area of research is… Read more »
Angel investment secured
The Electrospinning Company Announces £650,000 Investment to Fund Sales Growth and Increase Capacity Harwell, UK — 26 January 2017 — The Electrospinning Company, announces that it has secured a £650,000 investment to establish itself as the leading provider of clinical-grade electrospun biomaterials to the medical device industry. Funding has come from a network of UK… Read more »
SLAS 2017 Washington D.C. – 4-8 Feb 2017
SLAS 2017: Visit AMS Biotechnology at stand 1723 to discuss Mimetix scaffolds for 3D cell culture and myelination assays.
Future of Healthcare Investor Forum – 26 January 2017 – London stock exchange
Ann Kramer and Drummond Paris will be at the 3rd Annual Future of Healthcare Investor Forum with an exhibition stand. The event, sponsored by J.P. Morgan, Numis, Penningtons Manches, PwC and Consilium Strategic Communications, and held in partnership with the MedCity, BioIndustry Association (BIA) and One Nucleus, will highlight the significant investment opportunities within the UK… Read more »
MeDe Innovation – Bradford, UK – 19th Jan 2017
Dr Brendan Robb will attend the fourth annual MeDe Innovation Conference and would be pleased to discuss the application of electrospun scaffolds to orthopaedic regenerative device challenges. The MeDe Innovation Annual Conference is a unique opportunity to access the latest developments in orthopaedic medical device manufacture. The conference brings together MeDe Innovation’s network of academics,… Read more »
3D tumour environment affects DNA damage
Cancer cells grown in 3D in Mimetix scaffolds or spheroid cultures responded to DNA damage differently to those grown in conventional 2D culture. In “Inhibition of Chk1 with the small molecule inhibitor V158411 induces DNA damage and cell death in an unperturbed S-phase. Joanne Wayne, Teresa Brooks, Andrew J. Massey. DOI: 10.18632/oncotarget.13119″ Vernalis researchers followed the regulation of… Read more »
Electrospinning Company strengthens the Board
The Electrospinning Company has appointed two new members to its Board of Directors to help develop its strategy and drive its growing business in the regenerative medical device sector. Drummond Paris and Nigel Edwards join Kate Ronayne (representing STFC Innovations), Malcolm Chapman (Angel investor) and Ann Kramer (CEO) as well as observer Mark White (Rainbow Seed… Read more »
3D X-Ray Nanotomography of cells grown in Mimetix scaffolds
A publication by Robert S. Bradley, Ian K. Robinson and Mohammed Yusuf in Macromolecular Bioscience demonstrates that X-ray nanotomography with Zernike phase contrast can be used for 3D imaging of cells grown on electrospun polymer scaffolds. The scaffold fibers and cells are simultaneously imaged, enabling the influence of scaffold architecture on cell location and morphology… Read more »
TERMIS – 11-14 Dec 2016 – San Diego, USA – Booth 203
Come and meet Ann Kramer and Rob McKean at TERMIS AM at booth 203. The theme for the 2016 meeting is “Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine: Personalized and Precise Science, Engineering, and Translation,” reflecting the amazing strides the industry has made to become one of the fastest growing segments in the medical market.