When: November 20th 2020, 2pm
Where: Online (register here)
The progress of bioprinting technologies and applications has accelerated tremendously in recent years. However, reproducing the complexity of tissue biology, especially mimicking architecture of cellular microenvironment on an individual cell level remains a challenge. Fluicell’s microfluidics based technology enables position of individual cells in complex 2D and 3D patterns for generation of multi-cellular tissues with great accuracy and precision. Moreover, the technology enables tissue model investigations after printing by precise delivery of drugs or other compounds to specific areas in the model. The presentation will focus on Fluicell’s microfluidics technology and different examples of bioprinted tissue models and applications.