Basel LIFE Microfluidics and microenvironment

  Basel, Switzerland
  11 September, 2019

CSEM, the Molecular Evolution Lab of the University of Basel, and the cluster Toolpoint for Lab Science join forces to organize the 2nd Basel Microfluidics and Microenvironment Forum at BASEL LIFE. As in the previous year, the forum will focus on the preparation of microphysiological systems in a microenvironment for boosting the relevance of in-vitro assays towards in-vivo outcome. This includes developments related to organ or model organism on a chip, droplet microfluidics or bioprinting. Newest technological developments and critical insights from the end users will come together at this forum. The forum brings together scientists, entrepreneurs and managers in these fields, from both industry and academia, to exchange ideas and to promote innovation applicable to bio-pharmaceutical development.

Basel Microfluidics and Microenvironment Workshop 2019

  Basel, Switzerland
  11 September, 2019

3D in-vitro models and organ-on-a-chip technologies are paving the way to the next revolution in drug discovery and predictive medicine. Learn more about these technologies and how they are used by pharma leaders. 



  Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  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.

INSERM Workshop Phase II

  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…)

INSERM Workshop

  Bordeaux, France
  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…)

UMCG-hDMT kick-off mini-symposium on Organ-on-Chip

  Groningen, The Netherlands
  7 June, 2018

Recently, the UMCG has become a member of the hDMT (human organ and disease model technologies) consortium, which includes most academic centres and multiple industrial partners in the Netherlands. During this symposium Janny van den Eijnden-van Raaij gave a presentation about hDMT and Organ-on-Chip and also presented the ORCHID project and the building of the European organ-on-chip network.

Annual ETPN Conference (ETPN2018)

  Berlin, Alemania
  28-30 May, 2018

The Belgian Society of Toxicology and Ecotoxicology (BelTox) will organize the 54th Congress of the European Societies of Toxicology (EUROTOX 2018) from 2 to 5 September, 2018, in Brussels. Attractive lectures and sessions with well-balanced inputs from academia, industry and regulators.

EUROoC Conference 2018

  Stuttgart, Germany
  24-25 May, 2018

EUROoC workshop was held in Stuttgart on 24 and 25 May 2018. The workshop was organized by Peter Loskill (Fraunhofer IGB), Maria Tenje (Univ. Uppsala, Sweden), Torsten Mayr (Techn. Univ. Graz, Austria) and Alexander Mosig (Jena Univ. Hospital, Germany). 

The next EUROoC conference will be held at the Technical University in Graz (Austria) on 1 and 2 July 2019. 

Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology

  California, USA
  25-29 March, 2018

Jun. Prof. Dr. Peter Loskill (Fraunhofer Institute) acknowledged ORCHID funding in conferences: Endocrine Society annual meeting, Keystone Symposia “iPscS: A decade of Progress and Beyond”, Keystone Symposia “Organs- and Tissue-on-Chips”. 

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