17 June, 2019
The Information day on “Biology-inspired Microphysiological Systems (MPS) to advance Medicines for Patients Benefit” will host key international experts from academia, regulatory agencies, and industry.
Ispra (Varese), Italy
21-24 May, 2019
From Tuesday 21th May 2019 to Friday 24th May 2019, it will take place in Ispra (Varese) Italy the JRC Summer School on Non-Animal Approaches in Science: Challenges and Future Directions, organized by the European Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC) which runs the EU Reference Laboratory for alternatives to animal testing.
12-13 February, 2019
Event hosted by the UiO:Life Science convergence enviroment and the Hybrid Technology Hub.
PI Valeria Orlova of Leiden University Medical Center will give a lecture about her recent work on hiPSC-based vascular models of disease and vessels-on-chip that reflect vascular disease phenotypes.
During the next ORCHID phase we will specify the goals and milestones of the roadmap and define the underlying pathways to reach these goals. For that reason we will organize another ORCHID workshop, the ORCHID Strategy Workshop, and invite a small group of experts from academia, industry, patient organizations, regulatory bodies and medical centers.
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
11-12 December, 2018
This conference is the place where people in the micro nano community will come together, and where you will find most of the people related with the field of Microsystems and Nanotechnology.
The main conference of this year will be based on Organ-on-a-chip, microfluidics, biosensing and functional surfaces and interfaces.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
13 December, 2018
What is the state of the art of animal free testing of today and which innovations do we need in the near future? How do innovative models, like organoids, organ-on-chip and Microphysiological Systems (MPS) contribute to medical science? What do we gain and what is still out of reach when using animal free testing strategies? And what is needed to make future innovations possible?
2-3 July, 2019
The EUROoC aims to gather the research leaders in the emerging field organs-on-chip (OoC) with a special focus on young and upcoming scientists. The extremely interdisciplinary field of OoC research is rapidly growing while new and innovative systems are constantly being developed. However, a variety of engineering challenges are remaining, which the OoC field has to address as a whole to enable a sustainable growth of this breakthrough technology.
3-6 July, 2019
The symposium aims at bringing together world-leading experts in the fields of mechanobiology, cell biology and developmental biology studying the mechanical basis of cell and tissue morphogenesis.
11-15 November, 2018
One more year, microTAS conference will take place, this time in Taiwan. As always, microfluidics, microfabrication, nanotechnology, integration, materials and surfaces, analysis, synthesis and detection technologies for life science and chemistry are some of the topics that will be presented.
Eindhoven, The Netherlands
8-9 November, 2018
After two successful symposia in Enschede (the Netherlands) and Lausanne (Switzerland), the 2018 edition of the International Organ-on-Chip Symposium – IOOCS18- will be hosted by Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands.
Lyon & Grenoble, France
22-25 October, 2018
A practical workshop of 4 days focusing on 3D scaffold manufacturing by using 3D printing technologies, Biomaterials and biomembranes, and Skin bioengineering, (more…)
15-17 October, 2018
Organ-on-chip (OoC) technology is providing new platforms for drug discovery and toxicity testing and has the potential to become powerful for disease modelling and personalised medicine. This course will cover ongoing efforts and various applications of OoC while also addressing ethical issues. (more…)