Time is running out to register for ARMI | BioFabUSA’s 2018 Spring Summit and related events as well as the Tech Talk Workshop which will focus on Tissue Design and Biofabrication Strategies – space is limited and spots are filling quickly, so reserve your space at either or both of these events now! Remember, members register at a discounted rate!
On June 6th and 7th, ARMI | BioFabUSA will hold its second summit of 2018, this time focusing on the themes of “Technology and Innovation” at the Technology Center Auditorium in Manchester, NH. More specifically, the event will cover technical developments and innovation in the various phases of the engineered tissue manufacturing process, including cell culture and scale up, automation and measurement technologies, biofabrication and long-term incubation, as well as storage and packaging. Speakers will include experts representing companies involved in each of these phases as well as innovators from academia and adjacent institutions.
In addition, ARMI | BioFabUSA and the Standards Coordinating Body (SCB) with Nexight Group have partnered for a workshop, which will precede the BioFabUSA Spring Summit on Tuesday, June 5th from 6:00-9:00 PM. Please RSVP for the workshop by contacting Allison Getz at the SCB via email: firstname.lastname@example.org before Tuesday May 22nd to share your thoughts and experiences, as well as improve the way in which standards needs advance to ultimately contribute to the quality and safety of regenerative medicine products.
And finally, ARMI | BioFabUSA has partnered with Advanced Solutions Life Sciences (ASLS) and Dimension Inx (DI) to kick off the first workshop. “Automated Manufacturing: Tissue Design and Biofabrication Strategies” will take place May 31st and June 1st in Manchester, NH. The workshop is targeted at delivering value to individuals who want to see how manufacturing and bioprinting can help them take their academic research or commercial biofabrication process to the next level. One lucky workshop participate will receive a BioBot™ Basic contributed by ASLS, which will be bundled with some of DI’s Hyperelastic Bone™ and Graphite 3D-Paints!