NO LIMITS TO YOUR PATTERNS: Pattern of the day done with PRIMO, Eiffel Tower in Fibronectin and then with MDCK cells.
August 2, 2017
PRIMO NOW AT THE NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY: Niccole Schaible and Sam Pillot from the Northeastern University - Department of Bioengineering - now have a PRIMO! They are using it to study cardiomyocytes on PDMS with direct photopatterning and cell-cell interaction on polyacrylamide gel doing micropatterning transfer.
July 27, 2017
AlVEOLE HAS MOVED: Here is our new address: 30 rue Campo-Formio, 75013 Paris, France.
More space for continuing our expansion and bigger labs for even better experiments! Discover it for yourself with this time-lapse video.
July 26, 2017
LECTURE ON PRIMO AT STANFORD: We have been invited to present PRIMO at the Stanford University during the Mechanobiology and Biofabrication Methods workshop BIOPHYS 342A. Here is Matthieu Opitz from our R&D team giving a lecture on PRIMO! During the workshop PRIMO was used for experiments on cell adhesion and migration, with protein gradients and patterning on polyacrylamide gel.
July 13, 2017
PRIMO IS AT STANFORD: Proud to have installed a PRIMO at Stanford University! Gaspard Pardon can now start experimenting with it to micropattern proteins on hydrogels in 3D, multi-protein patterning and many other projects!
July 12, 2017
PATTERNING IS ART: Thibaut Brunet shared on Twitter a picture of cells plated on micropatterns he generated with PRIMO, during the Physiology summer course at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL). Imaged by Nikon USA.
July 12, 2017
EMBO HERE WE ARE: We are very exited to be at the EMBO Molecular Forces in Biology conference. Come and visit our booth to learn more about PRIMO photopatterning technology and how it can help you control the chemistry and topography of the cell microenvironment!
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Conferences and Workshops
If you too are attending the following events, take this opportunity to meet our team. We will be glad to present you the PRIMO photopatterning technology and discuss your application projects with you!