VANCOUVER, BC, Canada – October 24, 2016 – Aspect Biosystems Ltd. is proud to be a sponsor for the Biofabrication 2016 Conference and to present its poster “Multi-material 3D Bioprinting with a Lab-on-a-Printer™ Fused Filament Fabrication Platform Technology” in Winston-Salem, North Carolina (October 28-31, 2016). Aspect CEO Tamer Mohamed and CTO Konrad Walus will be in attendance to present Aspect’s Lab-on-a-Printer™ 3D bioprinting technology and to meet with the biofabrication community. The Aspect team will be also available for questions and scientific discussions at the poster viewing sessions throughout the conference.
About the Lab-on-a-Printer™ Platform
Aspect’s Lab-on-a-Printer™ 3D bioprinting platform is highly differentiated, offering the unique capability of developing complex multi-cellular 3D tissues. The company’s Lab-on-a-Printer™ 3D bioprinting platform technology enables the rapid creation of 3D heterogeneous, structurally accurate, and functional tissues. The platform technology uses a multifunctional microfluidic printhead capable of programmatically manipulating and sequencing multiple living cells, extracellular matrix content, growth factors, bioactive compounds and other biomaterials ‘on the fly’ during tissue printing.
About Aspect Biosystems
Aspect Biosystems Ltd. is a privately held biotechnology company operating at the leading edge of 3D bioprinting and tissue engineering. The company’s proprietary Lab-on-a-Printer™ platform technology is enabling advances in understanding fundamental biology, disease research, development of novel therapeutics, and regenerative medicine. In addition to its internal programs, Aspect is focused on strategically partnering with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, as well as academic researchers, to create physiologically and commercially relevant tissues. These tissues are used to advance and accelerate the discovery and development of new drugs and therapies.
About Biofabrication 2016 Conference
Biofabrication is an annual conference held by the International Society for Biofabrication (ISBF). This society was founded in 2010 and promotes advances in biofabrication research, development, education, training, and medical and clinical applications. The 2016 Biofabrication conference is hosted by Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine in Winston-Salem, NC. With over 400 attendees expected, the 2016 conference is slated to be the largest meeting of the society to date.