Materials Today is dedicated to the creation and sharing of materials science knowledge and experience. Supported by Elsevier, we publish high impact peer-reviewed journals – including the number one journal in the field: Biomaterials – and books, organize academic conferences, broadcast educational webinars and so much more. Our journals provide authors and readers with comprehensive coverage across materials science, spanning ground breaking discoveries to highly specialized research; offering exceptional diversity, high quality peer review, rapid publication, maximum visibility and the widest choice. Elsevier is a global information analytics business that helps scientists and clinicians to find new answers, reshape human knowledge, and tackle the most urgent human crises.
PANBioRA is a four-year Research and Innovation Action funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme (GA No: 760921) aiming to develop a modular system using cross-disciplinary techniques that will predict the patient-specific response to a given biomaterial and methods for analysing novel biomaterials. It will allow the selection of the most suitable material, minimising health risks and side effects, and improving health outcomes.
W. L. Gore & Associates is a global materials science company dedicated to transforming industries and improving lives. Since 1958, Gore has solved complex technical challenges in demanding environments — from outer space to the world’s highest peaks to the inner workings of the human body. With more than 10,500 Associates and a strong, team-oriented culture, Gore generates annual revenues of $3.7 billion.
CELLINK is a global leader in developing and delivering life-science solutions, equipping hundreds of labs and thousands of scientists worldwide with cutting-edge technologies that fuel groundbreaking scientific breakthroughs. With a commitment to quality and innovation, our bioprinters, imaging systems and bioinks have contributed to revolutionary advancements in academic and clinical medicine.
CELLINK’s solutions advance and accelerate the discovery process for customers in more than 50 countries, including university, hospital, pharmaceutical, public and commercial laboratories. Our domain knowledge, dedication to innovation and passion for excellence has positioned us as the driving market force in the fields of bioprinting and 3D cell culturing. We strive to push the limits of what is possible in regenerative medicine and pharmaceutical development, inspiring and empowering collaborators to expand their horizons and overcome any challenge they face. Join us on our journey to change the future of medicine
CellScale was founded in 2005 with the goal of making custom mechanical test systems developed at the University of Waterloo available to other researchers. Since then, we have developed a line of mechanical testing products and cell stimulation products. Our BioTester remains the market leader for biaxial testing of biomaterials, while our newly launched MicroTester pushes the boundaries of high resolution micro-scale testing. We also do custom solutions for your specific testing needs. Contact us for a demonstration, sample testing or a quote!
DURECT Corporation is a leader in the manufacture and world-wide distribution of biodegradable polymers for the pharmaceutical and medical device industries. We invite you to explore our virtual exhibit to learn more about the use of LACTEL® Absorbable Polymers for applications such as 3D bioengineered tissue scaffolds in regenerative medicine, and biodegradable films for localized drug delivery. Researchers are processing LACTEL Polymers using a variety of printing, electrospinning, solvent casting and other techniques for device fabrication.
Select from a large inventory available for prompt delivery – or take advantage of our reasonably-priced custom synthesis by which we can manipulate the properties and microstructure of the polymer in order to meet the requirements of a project. Whether your need is small batches with varying specifications for early stage work, or bulk, commercial scale supply, DURECT has the experience and capability to partner with you. Please contact us to discuss how we can help.
Our portfolio of LACTEL Polymers is produced in our dedicated, GMP facility in Birmingham, Alabama. As the first commercial source of these materials in the U.S., we have decades of experience in polymer chemistry and development. We maintain both Drug and Device Master Files with the FDA, and can provide support for product registrations in other countries as well.
The Company was established in 2010 as a spin-out by the UK Science and Technology Research Council (STFC). We are located in brand-new, purpose-built clean-room facilities on the growing Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, near Oxford, in the UK.
We offer design and development services to translate electrospun scaffold innovations to scalable, clinic-ready products. We design with a focus on downstream cost-of-goods, production scale-up and suitability for regulatory clearance. We can provide a full suite of documentation such as design history files to support regulatory submissions. We manufacture and supply FDA-approved electrospun materials since 2016.
Our team has the expert know-how to design, develop and manufacture materials for use in regenerative medical devices and for 3D cell culture. Our capabilities include ISO Class VII cleanrooms, electrospinning equipment from different manufacturers, mechanical and laser cutting, drying and annealing, sonic welding and packaging. We hold ISO 13485:2016 medical device quality certification.
Our electrospun polymer scaffolds provide an ideal environment for supporting the growth of cells in 3D. We manufacture a range of ready-to-use, sterile tissue culture plates containing the Mimetix® scaffold for tissue engineering, regenerative medicine and drug discovery research and a range of more porous materials for use in bioreactors.
GeSiM was founded 1995 as a spin-off from the Rossendorf Research Center. The company is a non-public and privately held entity.
Building upon a broad expertise in micromachining technologies, GeSiM has evolved into a bioinstrumentation company focusing on submicroliter liquid handling instruments, 3D bioprinting machinesand microfluidics.
With thevastly improved BioScaffold printers,GeSiMoffers an even more versatile3D printing solutionforbiological and biocompatible materials intissue engineering and medical research. The multi-Z-axes print headallows the combination ofrigidscaffoldsprovidingmechanical supportwith cell-friendly soft materialssuch as hydrogels. Up to three pneumaticallyor piston-driven extruders can print alginate, collagen, bone cement, or moltenPCL, to name a few, at temperatures from 4 to 250 °C.
To extend the functionality of the GeSiM BioScaffold printers, an optionalpiezoelectric or solenoid valve pipetting unit allows depositionof tiny drops of cells, proteins, orother biomaterialonto or inbetweenscaffolds.Amelt electro writing module enablesprintingoftiny polymer struts. The machine reads in CAD data in the STL format.
The numerous options make the GeSiM BioScaffoldprintersto the most versatile instrumentsof theirkind. In addition, the GeSiM expertise extends the robotic platform with microfluidicdevices for e.g. cell cultivation or screening if desired.
The new BS5.x printers allow 3D printing with bioinks and biocompatible polymerson a production scale. These machines come with building platforms up to half a meter, while keeping accuracy and versatility of their smaller pendants.
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At the heart of Nissan Chemical’s operations you’ll find general chemical products and a lot more. Today we are moving ahead with a keen focus on our major growth engines. Nissan Chemical creates new products and businesses which are the pillars of our future in performance materials and life sciences other than pharmaceuticals and electronic-chemicals. prevelex® is new bio-compatible coating materials which can coat on narrow structures made with PDMS, COP and so on. FCeM® is medium which can float cells and they never precipitate. Please visit our booth.
Optics11 Life introduces innovative analysis instruments for the life sciences field. At WBC 2020, we present our new Pavone instrument, designed to enable a quantitative, semi-automated high throughput analysis of the mechanical properties of any soft and/or living material, such as cells, (engineered) tissues or particles. The Pavone integrates high-throughput mechanical analysis with automated microscopy, while providing full incubation capabilities and up to 96-well plate compatibility. An easy-to-use touchscreen-based interface allows you to set up large automated experiments, reducing time spent at the instrument and maximizing throughput.
In case, you would like to explore the possibilities of the Pavone to strengthen your R&D or QC goals, please visit us at the WBC 2020 conference or contact Pierre Duval (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Readily3D manufactures ultra-rapid and easy-to-use 3D printers for the bioprinting market based on a revolutionary new process called volumetric printing. It prints complex centimetre-scale scaffolds with soft biogels in a matter of seconds instead of hours and with the resolution needed for supporting the appropriate cell growth and development.
Rheolution Inc. manufactures mechanical testing devices for soft biomaterials. The ElastoSens™ Bio2 allows contactless, non-destructive testing of hydrogels and features removable sample holders for long range studies. Only equipment able to monitor 3D bioprinted scaffolds mechanical properties on the market. With real-time measurements, temperature control, volume detection, and tracking of up to three samples simultaneously, the ElastoSens™ Bio2 will simplify and streamline your research. Rheolution is based in Montreal and has opened its operations in Europe in 2018.
As the most recent strategic segment within Rousselot, we have drawn upon Rousselot’s 125+ years of worldwide expertise and proven track record of pharmaceutical gelatins and collagens to develop X-Pure®, an innovative range of purified gelatins and collagens specifically designed for (bio)medical applications. Offering unique advantages to assure performance, quality and safety, X-Pure is backed by strong scientific data and on-going research. Rousselot Biomedical is committed to facilitating the use of X-Pure in your applications and to help “Advancing medical science”. _Hlk16611892Rousselot is the global leader of collagen-based solutions1 for the food, health & nutrition, biomedical and pharmaceutical sectors and a brand of Darling Ingredients.
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Altergon is a leading Pharmaceutical Company in the biotech production of Ultrapure Hyaluronic Acid (Sodium Hyaluronate Bulk), as well as in the production of Patches and Orodispersible Films. The Purification of Hyaluronate is the strong Altergon know-how, worldwide patented, and we are qualified suppliers of Ultrapure Hyaluronic Acid Bulk (SHYALT®) for injectable use. Altergon has a high level formulation and development know-how and an extensive regulatory experience in US and EU. Moreover, Altergon provides a wide range of services for the pharmaceutical industry: R&D services, fulfillment of the project, development of formulations and drug delivery technologies (pharma and Medical Device).
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