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InSphero Newsletter November 2013
"Hello! My name is Michelle Knoepfel and I am the IT Manager at InSphero. I ensure that all the IT systems are functioning and provide any required technical support to my colleagues. I have over 15 years of experience in IT Operations, much of which has been gained from working at large, multinational companies. I really enjoy working at InSphero because of its very creative and fascinating start-up environment.”

Cambridge Bioscience our new distributor for the UK

InSphero has appointed Cambridge Bioscience as its exclusive UK distributor for 3D cell culture products and services. Cambridge Bioscience is a leading specialist distributor of life science research products in the UK, providing the very latest innovations in gene, protein and cellular research coupled with excellent product ordering/shipping logistics. Find out more.

InSphero’s CEO among best entrepreneurs of Switzerland

On 25 October, our CEO Dr. Jan Lichtenberg was selected as a finalist in the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2013 award in the Emerging Entrepreneur category which honors outstanding Swiss entrepreneurial personalities. Congrats Jan! Read more.

Dechema’s 3D Cell Culture 2014: new deadline for abstract submission is 25 Nov 2013

You are welcome to submit your abstract until Monday 25 November 2013 for Dechema’s 3D Cell Culture Symposium 2014, which will cover the most recent developments in key areas of 3D cell culture technologies. The  symposium is supported by InSphero and will take place from 25-27 June 2014 in  Freiburg, Germany. Find more details here.

Prize awarded for 3D-microtissue-based radiation therapy study

At the 40th Annual Meeting of the European Radiation Research Society (ERR), InSphero, together with its partners from the Helmholtz Center Munich, German Research Center for Environmental Health and Sirion Biotech, presented a novel 3D- microtissue-based approach to identify chemotherapeutics that modify the radiation-therapy response. With over 200 contenders this poster was selected to win the "best poster" prize. Find out more and download poster.

Webinar: Global proteomic analysis of drug induced toxicity in 3D human liver microtissues

Register for our upcoming webinar and learn in 30 minutes how to to detect altered proteomic signatures in our 3D InSight™ Human Liver Microtissues following drug exposure. Don't miss this great educational opportunity and register today at no cost!
  • Speaker panel includes: Dr. Claudia Escher, Biognosys AG, Switzerland

3D cell culture literature picks – Nov 2013

Our applications team has reviewed a small selection of current 3D-cell-culture journal papers  to keep you updated about recent developments in 3D.

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