A collaboration between the TU-Dresden (Lab of Prof. Guck) and the University of Southhampton (Lab of Prof. Morgan) published data on the mechanical phenotype of human primary skeletal stem cells using real-time deformability cytometry in the journal Integrative Biology. Check out this interesting article.
Check out this great meeting: Mechanobiology of Disease - September 27-30, 2016 - Singapore
If you want to hear some pieces of our story and chat with Oliver and Nadine, come to the DBT on wednesday the 27th of April 2016 in Leipzig.
The third AcCellerator is delivered to the University of Copenhagen.
Read the interview (German only) with the CEOs Daniel and Oliver.
We published a promotion video to give a little impression of the AcCellerator.
Within the ITN we share our experience in starting up a company by hosting intersectorial secondments.
Two team-members got a personal stipend for one year from the European scocial fund. We are happy to be supported by the European Union and proud that our business model got another approval.
The second AcCellerator is delivered to the University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus Dresden.
The first AcCellerator is delivered to the University of Hohenheim.
ZELLMECHANIK DRESDEN was invited by the dresden|exists Gründerfoyer 2015 to the present its business concept in an elevator pitch. (picture: Robert Gebler)
The project "Zellmechanik Dresden" becomes an official company as a Spin-off of the TU Dresden from the Guck Lab and is ready to sell RT-DC to scientists in basic and clinical research. The business is planned, the mission is clear, first customers are gained...
The Business idea and commercialization concept was awarded with the second price as one of the best innovations in cross-cutting innovations.
ERC review panels, composed of independent experts, have favourably reviewed our proposal entitled:"High-throughput real-time characterisation of cell-mechanical properties" submitted to the ERC-2013-PoC deadline of the Call for Proposals ERC-2013-PoC-2. The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Research Council under the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme (FP/2007-2013) / ERC Grant Agreement n. 632222.