Life science and data technology innovator, Aigenpulse, is launching its CytoML Experiment Suite – an automated, end-to-end, machine learning solution specifically aimed at streamlining and automating cytometry analysis at scale and replacing manual gating processes. With it, users will benefit from a single point-of-truth about all cytometry data across any organisation. CytoML automates every stage of […]

IsoPlexis teams with industry leaders to accelerate the development of improved detection methods that inform understanding and treatment of COVID-19 BRANFORD, Conn. and SEATTLE — IsoPlexis, the leader in functional cellular proteomics, and the Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) announced a partnership mapping functional immune responses at the single cell level to study COVID-19. Uncovering functional immune responses using […]

Tokyo, Japan – Yokogawa Electric Corporation announces that it has developed the SU10 Single Cellome™ Unit, a device that uses a nanopipette*1 to inject substances such as genes and drugs and aspirate intracellular materials at target locations in individual cells. Targeting the biological research market, the SU10 is being released on this date in Japan, with release […]

Dolomite Bio, a leading provider of high throughput single cell technology, and S2 Genomics, a manufacturer and provider of automated tissue sample preparation systems, today announced a collaboration to combine S2 Genomics’ SingulatorTM capabilities with Dolomite Bio’s single cell Nadia platform. Achieving high-quality single cell data from solid tissues relies on consistent and reproducible cell or nuclei dissociation procedures. To overcome challenges often seen with manual cell dissociation methods, and to provide researchers with exceptional single cell data quality, Dolomite Bio and S2 Genomics are collaborating to develop an integrated single cell workflow. The integrated workflow enables solid tissues to be […]

New Service Supports ATCC’s “Advancing Authentication” Initiative by Minimizing the Risk of Cell Line Misidentification and Cross-Contamination MANASSAS, Va.— ATCC today announced the launch of a new authentication service that will allow researchers to easily confirm the identity of mouse cell lines. Developed in partnership with the National Institutes for Standards and Technology (NIST), the service […]

San Diego, Calif. — NanoCellect Biomedical Inc., a leader in the development and manufacture of microfluidic cell sorting solutions for cell-based assays, today announced it has received a $1.5 million Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant through the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute on Drug Abuse to continue its development of imaging […]

The Onyx™ platform enables scientists to create libraries of millions of precisely engineered single cells in one experiment through a fully automated workflow Inscripta, Inc., today announced the launch of the Onyx™ Digital Genome Engineering platform, the world’s first fully automated benchtop instrument for genome-scale engineering. The CRISPR-mediated, massively parallel platform — which includes software, consumables, instrument, and assays — enables […]

LEIDEN, and UTRECHT, the Netherlands, October 1st , 2019 – MIMETAS and Hubrecht Organoid Technologies (HUB) announce that they entered into a strategic collaboration to market organoid models on a Chip. The agreement includes a license to MIMETAS to market HUB Organoids in an assay ready format, as well as a collaborative effort to develop disease-specific models. “We’re […]

Collaboration brings best-in-class technology to Ginkgo foundries, with a commitment to ongoing joint technology development   BOSTON, Mass. and EMERYVILLE, Calif. – Ginkgo Bioworks, the organism company and Berkeley Lights, Inc., a company dedicated to finding the best cells, today announced a $150MM collaboration. Through a multi-year, non-exclusive agreement, Ginkgo will incorporate Berkeley Lights’ state-of-the-art optofluidic platform into […]

Hesperos, Inc., ( announced today the University of Central Florida (UCF) received the first phase of a $3.8 million milestone-based National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant for research involving the company’s human-on-a-chip system. “We are grateful to have funding to support research in an area that represents such a large and growing need,” said Dr. […]