Congratulation to the SLAS2015 New Product Award and TEDD report
TEDD Report on SLAS2015, the premier annual gathering of professionals dedicated to laboratory science, technology and innovation February 7-11 in Washington DC, United States
4,677 scientists, academicians, business leaders and students from 34 countries convened to gain new information, ideas and insight about laboratory science and technology. From a robust, peer-selected lineup of scientific education to a showcase of innovative new technologies from nearly 300 multinational companies, SLAS2015 leveraged its east coast location to secure participation by National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins and National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences Director Chris Austin.
Outstanding keynote speakers
NIH director Francis Collins described the activities of NIH, the work of the largest supporter of biomedical research in the world, spanning the spectrum from basic to clinical research. He also informed about the newest initiative of President Obama on Precision Medicine.
Donald Ingber, founding director of the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University, gave an impressive insight into Human Organs on Chips as Replacements for Animal Testing.
The TEDD Competence Centre was represented by many TEDD partners from industry and research. Ursula Graf, ZHAW and Jens Kelm, InSphero AG, gave a one-day Short Course “3D Cell-based Assays for Drug De-risking”. Inspiring exhibition booth of Premier Sponsor Hamilton, Diamond Sponsor Tecan and convincing booth of other TEDD industrial partners demonstrated the innovation potential accomplished by tutorials and talks.
Congratulation to the SLAS2015 New Product Award
regenHU Ltd was with its bioprinting device 3DDiscovery BioSafety Cabinet one of the 4 winners.
SLAS2016 will take place in San Diego, January 23-27, 2016