What's going on in the box?!
Breakthroughs in Cellular Technology
Rapid advancements in technology are enabling biotechnologists, cell biologists, and bioinformaticians to explore new paradigms in animal and plant cells.
Apart from an in-depth analysis of genomic data, cellular technology is being used to perform a wide range of tasks, such as identification of gene variation, analysis of gene expression, as well as prediction of protein structures and functions.
Organ On A Chip, Why Not?
The organ on a chip (OOAC) is an emerging technology.
It refers to a chip in which fluid flows in tiny channels and cells are seeded alongside or in separate wells.
The chip is a cross-technology innovation at the intersection of cell biology, biomaterial technology, engineering, and chemistry.
Live Webinar "The Revolution of Cell Logistics"
Cellbox Solutions presents a monthly webinar series tagged "Revolution of Cell Logistics".
With several professionals at the forefront of research, biotechnology and business set to grace your screens and share their knowledge, you wouldn't wanna miss this.
Dr. Herbert Mueller-Hartmann New Head of R&D
Effective today, Cellbox Solutions GmbH announces the appointment of former Head of Biosolutions R&D from Lonza Pharma and Biotech, Dr. Herbert A. Mueller-Hartmann, as the new Head of Research and Development. Dr. Mueller-Hartmann will be continuing on the successful work of Dr. Hans-Otto Nagels.
#distributordream: Hi Planer!
Another important milestone in Cellbox Solution's strategy to build an international market presence has recently been achieved: Cellbox Solutions has entered into a promising distribution partnership on the IVF market with the UK based company Planer Ltd.Read More
Wolfgang Kintzel New CEO at Cellbox Solutions
Cellbox Solutions today announces the expansion of its Board of Directors and the appointment of a new CEO - Wolfgang Kintzel will start as Chief Executive Officer effective March 1, 2020. The founder Prof. Dr. Kathrin Adlkofer will support the board in the function as COO.
Validation of the Cellbox® for Simulated Transport of a Liver derived Cancer Cell Line
In this application note the performance of the Cellbox Flight CDI was investigated by comparing it to a standard CO2 incubator. Experiments performed at the Fraunhofer IME ScreeningPort assessed the ability of the Cellbox to maintain cultures of HepG2 cells under stationary and simulated transport conditions.Read More
On the road again: Human Midbrain Organoids
Thanks to a promising partnership between UPM Biomedicals and Cellbox Solutions as well as the effort of a group of scientists around Dr. Jan Bruder at the Max Plank institute for molecular Biomedicine in Münster, Germany, the feasibility of transporting human midbrain organoids at 37 °C and 5 % CO2 in the Cellbox live cell shipper could successfully be shown. Additionally, the conducted study could prove UPM Biomedicals' GrowDex® wood nanocellulose based hydrogels to be an enabling factor for cell viability in the culturing of these organoids.Read More