What's going on in the box?!
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
Live Cell Transport – The Rising Star?
A new generation of active temperature-controlled and CO2 conditioned transport devices are challenging the existing cell shipment methods. In routine cell culture transport protocols, it is commonplace to thaw, plate and recover cryopreserved cells.Read More
Going strong(er) - Series Production Start | Cellbox Solutions
Cellbox Solutions GmbH, an innovative startup that provides portable CO2 incubators, has formed a strategic partnership with Barkey GmbH & Co. KG, a company with more than 30 years of manufacturing experience in the medical and laboratory technology markets.Read More
#distributordream: Hi GenesisBPS!
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 with the New Jersey based healthcare solution provider GenesisBPS.Read More
5 Provoking Facts About Cryopreservation
Do you want to know why we are so keen about live cell shipping? Well, have a look at the following five thought-provoking facts about cryopreservation...Read More
Cellbox App for iOS
Have you ever wanted to know what your cells are experiencing during their journey? But unfortunately, they don’t talk to you, no matter how hard you try? With our Cellbox® App it is now possible monitor the status and quality (and maybe even make some assumptions about the emotional state) of your cells.Read More