Biointerfaces International Zurich 2022
This year BIC offers a program with a special focus on microphysiological systems, de novo tissues and organoids
Next-generation cell cultures are designed to replicate the physiological complexity of human tissues and organs. These advanced in vitro systems help us understand human physiology and will pave the way for research and development of novel pharmaceuticals, biomedical materials and devices. The Biointerfaces community - Swiss and international research teams in academia, hospitals and industry - are here to talk about exciting science and technologies across a wide range of fields and disciplines.
Biointerfaces International Zurich 2022 Conference aims to build bridges across relevant application areas, between science & engineering, innovation & technology, industry and academic partners and between senior scientists & early-career researchers. The conference will address state-of-the art in the field and future directions (also relating to personalized medicine) while also highlighting the importance of involving all stakeholders
Participating from Cytosurge:
Dr. Tamas Gerecsei, Sales Manager at Cytosurge
Dr. Dario Ossola, Product Manager at Cytosurge
Join us at Booth 16 to learn about how our FluidFM technology combines the advantages of microfluidics and AFM to enable automated and high-throughput single-cell manipulation and measurements. Come discover how FluidFM goes beyond conventional technologies in single cell research, nanotechnology and biophysics.