Chart Industries Inc. (“Chart”), now the largest manufacturer of cryogenic storage devices in the world, began manufacturing storage tanks for the cattle breeding industry in the early 1960s.
EpiBone, headquartered in Brooklyn, NY, is a company with 17 employees working on custom-growing living bones using a patients’ own stem cells with a mission to transform skeletal repair.
“What if we could glue broken bones instead of using casts, rods, pins, and screws? What if we could glue soft-tissues, muscles, tendons, or cartilage instead of using sutures? What if we could reinforce weakened osteoporotic bones before they failed? If we had the right materials, we could,” said Darren Nolen, Founder & CEO of Nolen Ortho located in Middleton, NH.
Nanofiber Solutions, Inc. is a Regenerative Medicine company developing a new class of implants for the $20B soft tissue, organ repair, and regeneration market. The technology is used to build off-the-shelf scaffolds that are critical in the development of life-saving and life-changing, tissue engineered implants for humans and animals.
Standards Coordinating Body for Gene, Cell, Regenerative Medicines and Cell-Based Drug Discovery (SCB) was established in late 2016 by regenerative medicine stakeholders and industry, including the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine to coordinate the development of standards for the regenerative medicine community.