Corning Technical Seminar: Can Cell Culture Conditions be Improved?
Thursday, February 7 2013
11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Location: MassBio, 300 Technology Square, 8th Floor, Cambridge, MA
Can Cell Culture Conditions be Improved?
Showcasing Novel Surfaces & Vessel Designs
Recently, cell culture has become a major tool used in life sciences for the study of human diseases, dissecting signaling pathways, and potential usage for therapeutic purposes. Although many factors can affect cell culture conditions, surface technology, vessel design, and best practices are often overlooked. This interactive seminar (with open discussion throughout) will review novel specialty surfaces and vessels technology that facilitates and improves cell culture based work.
Major topics included in the discussion:
- Cell Culture scale-up
- Surface technology
- 3D cultures
- Microcarrierscell based assay
John Shyu, Ph.D. Northeast Corning Field Application Scientist
For more information contact your local Corning Account Manager:
Todd Gilmore at GilmoreTC@corning.com
Pam Murtagh at MurtaghPA@corning.com