Reinnervate’s CSO, Professor Stefan Przyborski, will be participating at the XCellR8 Human Primary Cell Culture course, which will be held on 7-8 November 2013 at their new premises in the Sci-Tech Daresbury Innovation Centre, UK.
As part of the two-day course, on 7th November Prof. Przyborski will be giving a presentation explaining Alvetex® 3D cell culture technology. He will also be a panellist in a debate/Q&A session on various 3D cell culture methods, and how to choose the method to suit your application.
More details on the XCellR8 Human Primary Cell Culture course, including how to register, can be found here.
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About Sci-Tech Daresbury
Sci-Tech Daresbury is a world class location for high-tech business and leading edge science based in Cheshire. It provides a unique environment for innovation and business growth, with knowledge sharing, collaboration and networking.
Home to the ground-breaking STFC Daresbury Laboratory and the Cockcroft Institute as well as over 100 high-tech companies, the site was originally established in 2006. In December 2010 a new private-public joint-venture partnership was created to spearhead the longer-term development of the campus. Partners in the private-public joint-venture partnership are developers, Langtree, the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC), and Halton Borough Council.
Originally named Daresbury Science and Innovation Campus, the campus’ name was changed in July 2012 to reflect its new Enterprise Zone status, which was granted in April 2012. Enterprise Zone status allows business rates to be reinvested in the campus, potentially creating up to 15,000 skilled jobs and providing funding for new specialist office, laboratory and technical space. Enterprise Zone status will also allow the campus to leverage more than £150million in private sector investment.